> - Markarian 205, a quasar physically connected to
> a lower redshift galaxy.
> - Quote: Martin Lopez-Corredoira /"Chen et
> al. reported the observation of line shift
> increase with
> plasma electron densities: roughly ∆λ(nm) ∼
> Ne(1018cm−3 ) for the HgI line with λ = 435.83
> nm. The dependence is also influenced by the
> temperature. [ref
> [arxiv.org] ]
> He later comments the redshift observed is not for
> all lines and maybe can not be directly compared
> to cosmological redshift. But, to me this is
> evidence of matter redshift in the laboratory,
> more experiments should be done, with different
> lasers and matter types, remember that quasars may
> contain a lot of elements, not just hydrogen, they
> are also of a type of dense plasm that may not yet
> be directly replicated in the laboratory, more
> experiments are needed, this is science.
> - The faith comes from your side as i have already
> pointed out, shouting does not make your case, you
> are appearing very weak here, trying to shout me
> down. I have also said that i always research and
> always keep learning, i am opposed to dogma while
> you seem to revel in it.
Wrong. As usual. Selective reading skills, haven't you? What did López-Corredoira also say?
My impression is that this emission redshift affects only to some lines and not the spectrum as a whole; in principle one would anticipate a dependence on wavelength. Moreover, it is not shown here that this can explain the absorption of a photon and its emission with redshift (like cosmological redshift), as Ashmore thinks.
And it also shows line broadening, which completely rules this out as an explanation for cosmological redshift. As anybody who understands the science would understand. You really should stop commenting on subjects that you don't understand.
And Markarian 205 has long been known to lie behind NGC 4319;
The near-ultraviolet spectrum of Markarian 205 (1992)
Bahcall, J. N. et al.
Therefore there is no physical connection. Get up to date. That paper has been around for 27 years!