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[/QUOTE]The wiki piece is dated, you should have read the article.
Tired Light Denies the Big Bang
The Big Bang, after Hubble’s work, became the most accepted cosmological model. In recent years, problems related to Big Bang have been more and more clearly realized by cosmologists and astronomers. Some problems are directly related to the interpretation of the Doppler effect for cosmological redshift. The Big Bang model cannot surmount these problems. Fortunately, the study of “tired light” theory has continued. In 2013, Shao developed the “tired light” hypothesis on the basis of physical principles, that is, (a) electromagnetic field theory, (b) the mass-energy equivalence, (c) the quantum light theory, and (d) the Lorentz theory . Based on these physical principles, the “tired light” theory explains the cosmological redshift as the result of photon energy loss due to the interactions with material particles as photons travel through cosmological space. By this interpretation for cosmological redshift, the Cosmos is infinite and eternal.
I find it interesting that when I do a search for that Author, I find nothing at all in arxiv.org or scholar.google.com. In fact, when I do a search for this author, I find a few articles from around 2012 or so. I downloaded one of them and read until the first fundamental mistake, which was using E=mc^2 to get a mass for a photon.
This immediately disqualifies this author as a reliable source. They go down from there, but that is quite sufficient to show they don't know what they are talking about.
Besides, BB theory that existence came from nothing is nonsense, there is no nothing, never was, nor ever will be.
Exactly. There was never a time when there was nothing. And that is quite consistent with the Big Bang cosmology.