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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