How Does Quantum Redshift Describe Quantum Cosmic Microwave Background

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Bahram Kalhor

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch

Farzaneh Mehrparvar

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch

Behnam Kalhor

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Date Written: November 1, 2020

Abstract

Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) is a radiation that we receive from all directions of the space. Its spectrum is equal to the spectrum of the blackbody in 2.725 K. Most scientists believe that it is a radiant of the early universe. We show that Quantum Redshift can describe CMB spectrum without the Big bang and inflation theories. We found that electromagnetic waves lose their energy along the traveling time, hence their spectrum will be converted to the lower temperature until their spectrum reach to the CMB spectrum. We anticipate our assay to be a starting point for more sophisticated in modeling universe. Predicting age and size of the universe in a none expansional space is another usage of the Quantum CMB.

Keywords: Cosmic Microwave Background, Cmb, Quantum Redshift, Quantum Cmb, Quantum Electromagnetic Waves

Suggested Citation

Kalhor, Bahram and Mehrparvar, Farzaneh and Kalhor, Behnam, How Does Quantum Redshift Describe Quantum Cosmic Microwave Background (November 1, 2020). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3730665 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3730665

Bahram Kalhor (Contact Author)

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch ( email )

Iran

Farzaneh Mehrparvar

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch ( email )

Iran

Behnam Kalhor

affiliation not provided to SSRN

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