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The space expansion is the consequence of a shrinking atom, an artifact:
Because we measure the atoms with the atoms (a self-reference, circular def or tautology) and all the equations of physics hold good whatever the atomic size, (ex:check the def of mass unit, kg, as an ensemble of N atoms and the mass of an atom as 1/N of that) you can find a formal proof, with my modest contribution, here:
If you do not agree with the offered proof you can justify your position in this post: PSE-How to distinguish between the spectrum of an atom in motion and the one of a scaled atom?.
Note: I've a lot of persistent downvoters and they always refused to write the why they think that I'm wrong, even now that I'm offering 500 points for answers against my position.
I recomend the reading of the online book, written by my friend Alfredo Gouveia de Oliveira http://outrafisica.blogs.sapo.pt
With help of a dialog between 4 characters, and using only standard physics, the author presents an alternative view of the History of the Universe.
In order to be fully appreciated it should be read in chronological order (I'm used to google chrome browser and google reader).
Another reading that I share here is the book of Douglas Pinnow 'Our Resonant Universe'. It is a monography of a model of particles, based only on EM, that has only one parameter ('me'-electron mass) and derives the particle properties to within 1% of their values (barion masses well bellow 1%) and does not suffer of the barionic 'spin crisis'.
papers of my friend Alfredo in the arxiv:
- Cosmological Principle and Relativity - Part I (arxiv physics 0205033)
- A relativistic time variation of matter/space fits both local and cosmic data (arxiv astro-ph 0208365)
None of these suggested readings has been comented or criticized until now.