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Explaining Gravity and Hubble Cosmology By Bobby Dee Ticer
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After serving in the United States Air Force, Bob Ticer enrolled in college, came up with an idea to explain gravity, retired as a cannery worker in 1999, and educated himself by writing and research... More > to formulate his idea to be consistent with the historical development with physics. Explaining Gravity and Hubble Cosmology is an alternative to Big Bang theory in explaining the redshift in more distant starlight according to Tired Light theory. Gravity is explained as a vacuum effect in the wake of emitted radiation. The gradual absorption of radiation provides a long-range recycling effect for containing the atomic form of matter. By gradual absorption is also consistent with gravity being relatively weak in comparison to atomic forces, such that the value of the Hubble Constant per light speed at a distance equal to the nuclear diameter of the hydrogen atom equates to the ratio of gravitational force to electromagnetic force between the electron and proton.< Less
EXPLAINING GRAVITY AND HUBBLE COSMOLOGY By Bobby Dee Ticer
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After serving in the United States Air Force, Bob Ticer enrolled in college, came up with an idea to explain gravity, retired as a cannery worker in 1999, and educated himself by writing and research... More > to formulate his idea to be consistent with the historical development with physics. Explaining Gravity and Hubble Cosmology is an alternative to Big Bang theory in explaining the redshift in more distant starlight according to Tired Light theory. Gravity is explained as a vacuum effect in the wake of emitted radiation. The gradual absorption of radiation provides a long-range recycling effect for containing the atomic form of matter. By gradual absorption is also consistent with gravity being relatively weak in comparison to atomic forces, such that the value of the Hubble Constant per light speed at a distance equal to the nuclear diameter of the hydrogen atom equates to the ratio of gravitational force to electromagnetic force between the electron and proton.< Less
Anti Lambda - Negation Of Einstein's Cosmological Constant Lambda By Ilija Barukcic
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Abstract. Albert Einstein himself proposed the Cosmological constant as a modification of his equations of general relativity to enable a static universe. Soon after Hubble's discovery that the... More > universe is expanding, Einstein regretted to have introduced the Cosmological constant. Today, there is good evidence, that Einstein's constant is necessary to explain some observations. But the same constant appears to be determined by its own opposite too, by the Anti-Cosmological constant.< Less
The Universe is NOT Expanding By WARDELL LINDSAY
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The Universe is not expanding, it is in equilibrium, balancing the centripetal Gravitational force and the centrifugal forces of moving masses. Hubble did not favor the idea of an expanding... More > universe. Hubble's Constant is the divergence of the velocity of moving masses. Newton's Gravitational Constant G holds the key to the Radius and Mass of the Universe. The Universe has 3645E49 watts of Power! With this knowledge, the secrets the Universe can be revealed. The Radius of the Universe is around 158E24 Meters. The Shape of the Universe is that of close packed spheres, a Cuboctahedron. The Age of the Universe is around 16.5 Billion Years old. The Mass of the Universe is roughly 2.133E53 kg. The Mass Density is 1.29E-26. Hubble's Constant H is c/Radius= 1.8987E-18 1/s = 58.48km/s/Mpc.< Less
The Universe is NOT Expanding By WARDELL LINDSAY
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The Universe is not expanding, it is in equilibrium, balancing the centripetal Gravitational force and the centrifugal forces of moving masses. Hubble did not favor the idea of an expanding... More > universe. Hubble's Constant is the divergence of the velocity of moving masses. Newton's Gravitational Constant G holds the key to the Radius and Mass of the Universe. The Universe has 3645E49 watts of Power! With this knowledge, the secrets the Universe can be revealed. The Radius of the Universe is around 158E24 Meters. The Shape of the Universe is that of close packed spheres, a Cuboctahedron. The Age of the Universe is around 16.5 Billion Years old. The Mass of the Universe is roughly 2.133E53 kg. The Mass Density is 1.29E-26. Hubble's Constant H is c/Radius= 1.8987E-18 1/s = 58.48km/s/Mpc.< Less
Expansion Field Theory as a Foundation for a Unified Theory of Fields By Jesse Brown
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Beginning with the notion of energy being converted to mass during the early universe,by theoretical methods, I arrived at an equation which could represent the fundamental force that governed this... More > transformation and hence the expansion of the universe. In fact, I view the expansion field as the fundamental field or unified field force at which point gravity and electromagnetic fields are unified. With this assumption in mind, I was able to derive the point of unification as a point in time and hence the age of the universe from now until the point of unification.< Less
A Hypothesis for Literal Interpretation of the Graviton and Its Functional Reclassification As the Relativity Boson By George Woolridge
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This hypothesis considers an alternate interpretation of the source of gravitational and relativistic phenomenon. By treating “relativity” strictly as a boson with a speed of light... More > velocity, all general and special relativity phenomenon might be consolidated into the same model. Findings from recent gravitational wave measurements appear to support this approach which provides valid consideration for difficult to resolve phenomenon.< Less
Quinta Essentia - Part 4 (US Letter) By Riccardo Storti
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Principles of mass-energy distribution and similitude by ZPF equilibria are utilised to derive the values of the present Hubble constant "H_0" and CMBR temperature "T_0". It is... More > demonstrated that a mathematical relationship exists between the Hubble constant and CMBR temperature such that "T_0" is derived from "H_0". The values derived are "67.0843(km/s/Mpc)" and "2.7248(K)" respectively. We also derive improved estimates for the solar distance from the Galactic centre "R_0" and total Galactic mass "M_G" as being "8.1072(kpc)" and "6.3142 x10^11(solar-masses)" respectively. The construct herein implies that the observed "accelerated expansion" of the Universe is attributable to the determination of the ZPF energy density threshold "U_ZPF" being "< -2.52 x10^-13(Pa)". Moreover, it is graphically illustrated that the gradient of the Hubble constant in the time domain is presently positive.< Less
Universe Shape By WARDELL LINDSAY
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The Universe has many "suns" packed into its space. The shape of such close-packing is the Cuboctahedron. This is the shape also of Forces in Vector Equilibrium, which is also the case... More > in the Universe. The Universe is in Equilibrium with the Gravitational CentriPetal forces balanced by the CentriFugal forces of moving masses. The Cuboctahedron is the perfect Shape for this Equilibrium.< Less
Universe Shape By WARDELL LINDSAY
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The Universe has many "suns" packed into its space. The shape of such close-packing is the Cuboctahedron. This is the shape also of Forces in Vector Equilibrium, which is also the case... More > in the Universe. The Universe is in Equilibrium with the Gravitational CentriPetal forces balanced by the CentriFugal forces of moving masses. The Cuboctahedron is the perfect Shape for this Equilibrium.< Less

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