Applications of a Geometric Expansion Model to Cosmology

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Scientific Paper
Title Applications of a Geometric Expansion Model to Cosmology
Author(s) John M Kulick
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Published 2007
Journal Proceedings of the NPA
Volume 4
Number 1
Pages 140

Abstract

These include: # There is no "Dark Energy". (Type 1a supernovas are dimmer, not because they are further away but because the effect of gravity is greater in the past, resulting in smaller supernovas)

  1. There is no "Dark Matter". (Expansion comes at a kinematic cost, and expanding galaxies pay the price by experiencing an ?inward acceleration?. Also the effect of gravity is historically defined and the further in the past the gravitational relationship is established, the greater the gravitational relationship)
  2. The energy source for Quasars and similar objects occurs because of accelerated stellar physics
  3. The evolutionary development of the explosive era of our Solar System is explained
  4. The reason Mars had an atmosphere thick enough to produce rain clouds is provided
  5. There are no "super massive black holes"
  6. The problem of a lack of time dilation in the variation of energy output of quasars according to the observed cosmological red shift can be explained
  7. General Relativity, when applied to cosmological scaled relationships is incompatible with Principles established with Special Relativity. The proposed model is compatible with the relationships developed by Special Relativity
  8. The evolutionary development of the Universe can be explained without resorting to a Big Bang that starts off as a singularity
  9. It is possible to describe the structure from which our Universe was formed
  10. The Age problem in which some stars appear to be older than the Universe is resolved
  11. The Age of the Universe is determined to be finite based on an ?Eye of God? perspective. From a local perspective the Universe is infinitely old and will never end.