It feels strange to have discovered a new fundamental physics discipline after a gap of a century. It is called Cryodynamics, sister of the chaos-borne deterministic Thermodynamics discovered by Yakov Sinai in 1970. It proves that Fritz Zwicky was right in 1929 with his alleged “tired light” theory.

The light traversing the cosmos hence lawfully loses energy in a distance-proportional fashion, much as Edwin Hubble tried to prove.

Such a revolutionary development is a rare event in the history of science. So the reader has every reason to be skeptical. But it is also a wonderful occasion to be one of the first who jump the new giant bandwagon. Famous cosmologist Wolfgang Rindler was the first to do so. This note is devoted to his memory.

November 26, 2019

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