Expansion of the Universe and Cosmic Microwave Background Correlation and Detecting Deficient Energy Photons
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The Conservation of Energy and Conservation of Momentum was balanced in 2016 for the first time, from the perspective of the reflector, to the authors knowledge, when motion of a reflector results after a reflection. The method used for balancing the conservation laws was applied to the model of the Expansion of the Universe and a direct correlation to the peak wavelengths of the Cosmic Microwave Background was determined and associated with the maximum velocities of the Expansion of the Universe model. The method also indicates there may be more celestial bodies moving toward an observer than what is currently observed through modern telescopes. An experimental setup is presented, but not tested, that may be able to view an increase of celestial bodies compared to what is currently observed through modern telescopes.
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