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Dr. Halton C. Arp
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Dr. Halton C. Arp (Books)

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by Halton C. Arp

Pages: 234
Publisher: C. Roy Keys Inc. (Apeiron)
Year: 2003
ISBN: 0968368999
ISBN: 978-0968368992

Websites: www.haltonarp.com

Dr. Arp has long advocated that quasars and other high redshift objects can be ejected from nearby lower redshift galaxies. This catalog presents numerous examples of the associations he finds between high redshift objects and their low redshift parents. The book begins with an overview of the patterns and then proceeds to an extensive catalog with maps, descriptions, lists, and recommended follow-up observations for each object. Seventeen color plates are found at the end of the catalog. The numerous examples are compelling and make a strong case for follow-up observations. The book is a good read and a great look!

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by Halton C. Arp

Pages: 306
Publisher: C. Roy Keys Inc. (Apeiron)
Year: 1998
ISBN: 0968368905
ISBN: 978-0968368909

Websites: www.haltonarp.com en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halton_Arp

Arp's new book is a frontal assault on the standard model of the universe, replete with anecdotes and illustrations, including 8 pages of colour plates.

"Seeing Red" represents a senior scientist's personal account of the crisis in moderrn astronomy. Dr. Arp presents observations showing that extragalactic redshifts are not caused by an expanding universe. He crafts up an empirical picture of the birth and evolution of quasars and galaxies, demonstrating that crucial observations have been ignored and suppressed by the astronomy community. Finally, he cites examples of how academic science fails its ideals and potential. - Amazon

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by Halton C. Arp, Roy Keys, Konrad Rudnicki

Pages: 376
Publisher: Springer
Year: 1994
ISBN: 0306446359
ISBN: 978-0306446351

Websites: www.haltonarp.com en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halton_Arp

Proceedings of the Thirteenth Cracow Summer School of Cosmology on Progress in New Cosmologies, held under the auspices of the Omega Foundation and Apeiron, September 7-12, 1992, at the Physics Institute, University of L?d?, L?d?, Poland.

Halton Arp is the last of the creative thinkers in astronomy today. Being an astronomer, he is always careful to provide his readers with facts to back up his conclusions. This is another good, informative book. - Amazon customer

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by Halton C. Arp

Pages: 198
Publisher: Interstellar Media
Year: 1987
ISBN: 0941325008
ISBN: 978-0941325004

Websites: www.haltonarp.com en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quasars,_Redshifts_and_Controversies

For twenty years, the author has contested the 'establishment' view of quasars as the most distant objects in the universe. In this book, Arp presents the original observations and fundamental data on quasars and galaxies, and explains why he has concluded that: far from being the most distant objects in the universe, quasars are associated in space with relatively nearby galaxies; quasars' enormous redshifts do not arise from the expansion of the universe, but rather are intrinsic properties of the quasars themselves; many galaxies show redshift anomalies related to quasars' redshifts; quasars and galaxies have an origin far different from that assumed in the 'standard' big-bang model of the universe; many astronomers, despite the accumulation of compelling evidence, defend what Arp believes is a fundamentally incorrect assumption about cosmic objects.