Sometimes one stumbles upon things that make the alarm bells ring. It creates a period of mind-boggling that has to result in something. In this case, the result is the website you’re visiting at the moment.

By any means, this site doesn’t want to ridicule or underestimate people. Questions asked are questions that surface and they are straightforward. It is a trying to get things is perspective. The words used are not always are the words that physicists utilize. Still, the intent should be clear.
Observations in space and problems physicists face related to relativity are part of this website.
On relativity, you find a reflection on the theory of relativity by Albert Einstein, by his book “Theory of relativity, special relativity, and general relativity”. It has a remarkable unexpected outcome and legitimizes the content of the chapters and pages written.
This website bares the name RedshiftBS where BS stands for Blind Spot. Redshift is a concept used in science, particularly in astrophysics and astronomy.
Redshift is on the basis of the Big Bang theory, so it has some importance.
The content of RedshiftBS extends the meaning of the concept of Redshift and puts things in a new perspective. (But maybe the site itself has a blind spot)

In chapters, you find the results of a mind-boggling process. You will find animations to visualize and supplement the text and images.
To watch these animations your browser must be able to play Flash animations.



1. Why light speed can never be a constant.
1.1. A key figure, an icon, a metaphor, and relativity.
1.2. Where direction and speed rule.
1.3. Order in direction and speed.
1.4. Order by direction and speed.

2. Distances in the universe.
2.1. Redshift without increasing the distance between a light source and an observer.
2.2. Redshift and frequency.
2.3. Different observations of the same object due to different viewing directions.
2.4. The effect of rotation in the observation of the universe.
2.5. Redshift is an inevitability.
2.6. The origin of the universe?

3. The frictions between theoretical science and the observations.
3.1. Gravitational lensing?
3.2. Singularity should be visible.
3.3. What happens when time is relative and masses collide.