What is Redshift?

First published 2010.10.01 by www.kosmosphysik.de

The general redshift of light of stars is a light spectrum shift, as it is arises by the Doppler effect caused by movements of stars.
So today's opinion. The further away stars are all the greater is the redshift. The redshift enables an easy measuring of the distances of cosmic objects. But what is "the heart of the matter" of this? A new thesis:

The speed of light would be dependent on the density of the ether such as the sound speed of the temperature of the air. Second, the density of the ether could reduce continuously as an expression of expansion after the big bang. Thirdly the dependence of the speed of light to the density of the ether may be so, that it get faster by decrease of the density.

This means:
older light started into the space with a slower speed corresponding to the density of the ether at this time. With the reduction of the density of the ether over the course of the time it assumed the corresponding higher speed, but at the cost of a frequency reduction.

This theory leads to a possible explanation for the disproportionately increasing redshift at higher distant, so at very old objects. It reflects the initial rapid expansion of the ether. In addition to the background radiation and the redshift is expected to confirm the big bang also.
The current assumption is that an actual mechanical increase of the rate of stretching of the space occur by the ominous dark energy. But the previously described thesis allowed an explanation that does not require an additional invention as a dark energy  and is thus more likely. In contrast to the dark energy, which can not be detected directly can the temporal slowing of the the speed of light be measured. Maybe there are even measured values​​ which can not yet be assigned and fit just to it.

Thus, it appears that the general redshift can has no mechanical cause, but rather another "heart of the matter" is behind it.