A Non-Singular Ethereal Cosmology

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Scientific Paper
Title A Non-Singular Ethereal Cosmology
Author(s) Charles Kenneth Thornhill
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Published 2001
Journal None
No. of pages 57

Abstract

An attempt is made to construct an etherial cosmology based on two primary premises; that, with an ether, the universe may be finite and have a finite boundary with a true vacuum or void; and that the expansion in a vacuum of any finite quiescent mass of gas will lead asymptotically to a unique spherically symmetric accelerating outward flow...