A background of very long wavelength radiation is predicted from a static universe with Compton effect redshift. The interaction of this radiation with massive bodies produces gravity in a 'push' process as suggested by Brush.
Delivered to the IEEE Conference on Plasma Science, June 1-3, 1987, Arlington, VA.
The Compton effect interpretation of astrophysical red shifts, as suggested by Compton (1923, Phil. Mag. 46, 897), Kierein and Sharp (1968, Solar Phys. 3, 450), Sistero (1966 OAC No. 1), and Reber (1968, J. of Franklin Inst. 285, 1) not only provides the mechanism for intrinsic red shifts of quasi-stellar sources, the solar limb and other objects, but also results in a new cosmological model and unexpected insight into the mechanism of gravitational attraction.
1975, 1st Place
Solar Physics, V3, pp. 450 ff.