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The Line Elements in the Hubble Expansion
, 2002
"... In this lecture I present the line elements that express the Hubble expansion. The coordinates here are the spatial coordinates x, y, z, and the velocity coordinate v, which are actually what astronomers use in their measurements. Two such line elements are presented: the first is the empty space (n ..."
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In this lecture I present the line elements that express the Hubble expansion. The coordinates here are the spatial coordinates x, y, z, and the velocity coordinate v, which are actually what astronomers use in their measurements. Two such line elements are presented: the first is the empty space
The Pervasive Hubble Expansion of the Universe by
"... Introduction. The treatise described in this paper is based on one assumption. Namely, if an aether fluid exists then its fluid elements must recede from each other in accord with the Hubble law. Or one must assume that the distances, d(t) between the galaxies of the universe and the fluid elements ..."
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Introduction. The treatise described in this paper is based on one assumption. Namely, if an aether fluid exists then its fluid elements must recede from each other in accord with the Hubble law. Or one must assume that the distances, d(t) between the galaxies of the universe and the fluid elements
Anisotropic Hubble expansion of large scale structures
, 2005
"... Abstract. With the aim of understanding the cosmic velocity fields at large scale, we investigate the dynamics of a pressureless distribution of gravitational sources moving under an anisotropic generalization of Hubble expansion and constraint by EulerPoisson equations system. As a result, it turn ..."
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Abstract. With the aim of understanding the cosmic velocity fields at large scale, we investigate the dynamics of a pressureless distribution of gravitational sources moving under an anisotropic generalization of Hubble expansion and constraint by EulerPoisson equations system. As a result
Anisotropic Hubble expansion of large scale structures
, 2005
"... Abstract. We investigate the dynamics of an homogenous distribution of galaxies moving under the cosmological expansion through EulerPoisson equations system. The solutions are interpreted with the aim of understanding the cosmic velocity fields in the Local Super Cluster, and in particular the pre ..."
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Abstract. We investigate the dynamics of an homogenous distribution of galaxies moving under the cosmological expansion through EulerPoisson equations system. The solutions are interpreted with the aim of understanding the cosmic velocity fields in the Local Super Cluster, and in particular
Anisotropic Hubble expansion of large scale structures
, 2005
"... During previous decades the investigations of cosmic velocity fields from redshifts surveys were not as successful as that for providing us with powerful tools for the estimation of cosmological parameters and the local density fields, see ..."
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During previous decades the investigations of cosmic velocity fields from redshifts surveys were not as successful as that for providing us with powerful tools for the estimation of cosmological parameters and the local density fields, see
General relativistic energy conditions: The Hubble expansion in the epoch of galaxy formation
 Phys. Rev. D
, 1997
"... The energy conditions of Einstein gravity (classical general relativity) are designed to extract as much information as possible from classical general relativity without enforcing a particular equation of state for the stressenergy. This systematic avoidance of the need to specify a particular equ ..."
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The energy conditions of Einstein gravity (classical general relativity) are designed to extract as much information as possible from classical general relativity without enforcing a particular equation of state for the stressenergy. This systematic avoidance of the need to specify a particular equation of state is particularly useful in a cosmological setting — since the equation of state for the cosmological fluid in a Friedmann–Robertson– Walker type universe is extremely uncertain. I shall show that the energy conditions provide simple and robust bounds on the behaviour of both the density and lookback time as a function of redshift. I shall show that current observations suggest that the socalled strong energy condition (SEC) is violated sometime between the epoch of galaxy formation and the present. This implies that no possible combination of “normal ” matter is capable of fitting the observational data.
1 A NEW APPLICATION OF THE LUNAR LASER RETROREFLECTORS: SEARCHING FOR THE “LOCAL ” HUBBLE EXPANSION
, 2003
"... Precise measurements of the Earth–Moon distance by the lunar laser ranging (LLR), which begun in the early 1970’s, contributed significantly to geodesy, geophysics, and lunar planetology, as well as enabled astrophysicists to perform several fine tests of the relativistic gravitational field theory ..."
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residual Hubble expansion at any spatial scales, particularly, in the Earth–Moon system. The “local ” Hubble expansion can be revealed by comparing the rate of increase in the lunar semimajor axis measured by LLR (which should be produced both by the wellknown tidal exchange of angular momentum between
Dynamical 3Space: Supernovae and the Hubble Expansion  the Older Universe without Dark Energy
 Progress in Physics
, 2007
"... We apply the new dynamics of 3space to cosmology by deriving a Hubble expansion solution. This dynamics involves two constants G and α the fine structure constant. This solution gives an excellent parameter free fit to the recent supernova data without the need for ‘dark energy ’ or ‘dark matter’. ..."
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We apply the new dynamics of 3space to cosmology by deriving a Hubble expansion solution. This dynamics involves two constants G and α the fine structure constant. This solution gives an excellent parameter free fit to the recent supernova data without the need for ‘dark energy ’ or ‘dark matter
Title: Radial monopoles and dipole dark energy for Hubble expansion with acceleration Article Type: Full Length Article
"... Abstract: Extended carriers of massenergy with r^{4} radial densities correspond to observable particles obeying Newtonian attractions in weak fields but repulsions in strong ones. Space interference of such overlapping radial monopoles maintains unobservable r^{2}\times r^{2} dipole formations ..."
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formations of dark massenergy which conserves the metric energy integral of the material space continuum. The Newton fall attraction followed by strong field gravitational repulsion in such a continuum can quantitatively explain the Hubble expansion rate rH_o, with calculated acceleration r(H_o)^2
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