(A new more soundly-based constant for inter-galactic distances, replacing the Hubble Constant).
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This article looks at problems with the Hubble Constant and Big Bang concepts, and explains a new constant for very large cosmic distances. The Zwicky Constant is the distance over which the frequency of a light beam is doubled, due to Gravitational Drag — about 7.7 billion light years.
This constant is simply based, without the need to consider relativistic effects, and gives rather larger bounds for the observable Universe.
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