What you are claiming is that light is like a boxcar.
Before we see how ridiculous this is... please tell me, what determines the speed of the boxcar? Is it equal to the speed of the star that emitted it? Or the speed of the star plus some constant?
I think your claim is that the speed of a "boxcar" from algol will be different than a "boxcar" from betelguese. Right?
In science, a hypothesis has to work for every conceivable experiment
. I am not sure yet if the math you are proposing actually works for the one circumstance for which you rigged it
. You have yet to show me your math with actual numbers (which are posted in the article).
But once you have done that, all I have to do is present any experimental results that don't work with your hypothesis... and a scientist must drop your hypothesis as disproven.
That is how science works.