Interpretation of Nebular Red-Shifts


IN a recent communication1, M. E. J. Gheury de Bray discusses the possibility of explaining the red-shifts by assuming that the velocity of light (cT) is constant throughout the universe at any given time but decreases with time (T).

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POPPER, K. Interpretation of Nebular Red-Shifts. Nature 145, 69–70 (1940).

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