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But this type of model cannot convincingly explain the many observed phenomena, largely because the MATTER CREATION AND ANOMALOUS REDSHlFTS 21 efficiency with which gravitational energy can be transformed into relativistic particles and photons is so small. It is much more likely that, in active galactic nuclei, we are seeing the creation of mass and energy as proposed in the QSSC. Massive near-black holes are undoubtedly present in the centres ofmost galaxies. But when they are detected the galaxy is typically not active.

Gravitational redshift arises from compact massive objects,as discussed in general relativity. 3. Spectral coherence discussed by E. Wolf (1986) causes a frequency shift in propagation when light fluctuations in the source are correlated. 4. In the tired light theory a photon of nonzero rest mass loses energy while propagating through space. 5. In the variable mass hypothesis arising from the Machian theory ofF. Hoyle and the author (see Narlikar 1977), particles may be created in small and large explosions and those created MATTER CREATION AND ANOMALOUS REDSHIFTS more recently will have smaller mass and hence larger redshift.

NARLIKAR 22 typically like that in the real universe. A two-point correlation analysis confirms this visual impression quantitatively. The relative ease with which this type of distribution can be generated is in sharp contrast to the not inconsiderable efforts spent in standard cosmology in arriving at a cluster+void distribution through gravitational clustering. 10. Distinguishing Tests What are the specific tests that may distinguish the QSSC from standard cosmology? 1) blueshifts, they can be identified with those from the previous cycle, lying close to the peak ofthe scale factor.

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