Cosmological Effects of the New Aether Experiments
|Title||Cosmological Effects of the New Aether Experiments|
|Author(s)||John P Fernandez|
|Keywords||cosmological effects, aether experiments, radiation, Big Bang, velocity|
Arno A. Penzias and Robert W. Wilson discovered the microwave cosmic background radiation in 1965, for which they shared the 1978 Nobel Award in Physics, with Piotr L. Kapitsa.
Robert H. Dicke and his group at Princeton University have proposed that the source of that isotropic radiation was the hypothetical fireball that produced the Big Bang.