Evolution of Quasars into Galaxies and its Implications for the Birth and Evolution of Matter
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|Title||Evolution of Quasars into Galaxies and its Implications for the Birth and Evolution of Matter|
|Author(s)||Halton C Arp|
|Keywords||satellite, redshift quasars, galaxies, evolution, matter, general relativity|
In recent years satellite observations have recorded a number of point X-ray sources in the sky. Such sources are overwhelmingly identified with medium to high redshift quasars. These quasars can now be shown to originate in low redshift, active galacies which eject them along their minor (rotation) axis. It can be empirically demonstrated that this is how galaxies are born and evolve. The observations invalidate the assumptions of Friedman and Einstein in General Relativity and require a more general, Machian solution of the field equations in flat space-time.