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"Experimental results show that the Hubble constant, H is the same as hr/m for the electron in each cubic metre of space. Therefore the Universe is not expanding".
This means that red light, which has a long wavelength, undergoes a greater shift in wavelength than blue light, which has a short wavelength, so that the ratio, Δλ/ λ has the same value for both.In the Tired Light Theory, the number of collisions made by each photon depends upon its collision cross section, σ. This represents the probability of a photon being absorbed by the electron. We know the photoabsorption collision cross section for a photon - electron interaction from experiments carried out by the interaction of low energy X rays with matter and it depends upon the radius of the electron and the wavelength of the photon. collision cross section, σ = 2x(classical radius of electron, r)x(wavelength of photon, λ)or σ = 2r λ
the fact that the age of the oldest stars is roughly equal to the inverse of the Hubble constant emerges naturally from a Big Bang cosmology, but is an unexplained coincidence with most tired light models"