Energy Radiation vs Thermal Radiation detected from electromagnetic spectrum observations

Published on (GMT) by Gilbert Beaudry
All objects emit electromagnetic waves in the form of thermal radiation, which is accepted as a foundational base to explain non-obstructive electromagnetic spectrum observations from the universe. When an object is located further out, then the electromagnetic spectrum observation is said to be also affected by the expansion of space that stretch the waves into lower frequencies. Also when the electromagnetic spectrum frequencies observations are lower than expected, the object is sometimes said to be obstructed by dust, or filtered by gases. Finally, confirmed by experiment, the attraction of gravity increases the frequencies and the escape from gravity decreases the frequencies. The focus of this project is to recognize a type of radiation observed in the Universe, which is usually quantized or broken, which is independent from any of the above explanations and will be known as "The Electromagnetic Spectrum Theory for Energy Detection".
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