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Paper: Nucleosynthesis in Plasma-Redshift Cosmology
Volume: 413, 2nd Crisis in Cosmology Conference, CCC-2
Page: 209
Authors: Brynjolfsson, A.
Abstract: The plasma-redshift cross-section is a newly discovered interaction of photons with hot sparse plasma. This cross section is derived from conventional physics by more exact calculations than those conventionally used to derive the cross sections for photon interactions with plasma. This new plasma-redshift cross-section explains the redshift of the solar Fraunhofer lines, the intrinsic redshifts of stars, quasars, and galaxies, the cosmological redshift, the magnitude-redshift relation for supernovae Ia (SNe Ia), the cosmic microwave background (CMB), the cosmic X-ray background, and the surface brightness redshift relation for galaxies. There is no need for dark energy, dark matter, or black holes. In this article we show that plasma-redshift cosmology leads transformation of old star matter to hot quark-gluon plasma at the centers of black hole candidates and super-massive black hole candidates. At these centers the conditions are similar to those surmised ad hoc in the initial phases of the Big Bang. Plasma-redshift cosmology thus explains eternal renewal of matter and primordial nucleosynthesis. We have failed to find any need or reasonable support for the Big Bang. We find that the observed nucleosynthesis and the many other phenomena are consistent with the plasma-redshift cosmology.
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