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Have Astronomers been confused by The Quasar Red Shift? Thanks for Comments. Joe L. Ogan
One of the more recent suggestions is that quasars in fact can trigger the formation of galaxies because the collamated jets that come out of their poles create shock waves that can trigger the formation of a galaxy by compressing the gas and dust locally.
Geezer. joe's topic was inaccurate, badly stated and largely pointless. I was just trying to get some value out of it by putting in a bit of more interesting recent research to deflect it into something that is worthwhile. My general policy is not to introduce topics but respond to questions if i think they are worthwhile. The quality of questions has fallen off badly in recent weeks and i have been getting a bit bored reading ignoring the bad ones.
Quote from: Joe L. Ogan on 06/02/2010 21:37:13Have Astronomers been confused by The Quasar Red Shift? Thanks for Comments. Joe L. OganI found this in Google "Halton Arp's discoveries about redshift". I know it goes against current thinking but I would just like for you to look at it and give me your opinion. Thanks for comments. Joe L. OganNo. Astronomers clearly observe the red shift. I don't think they are at all confused.
Quote from: Joe L. Ogan on 06/02/2010 21:37:13Have Astronomers been confused by The Quasar Red Shift? Thanks for Comments. Joe L. OganDo you mean confused, or do you really mean mislead?