Relativity and Cosmology

   

The Dark Energy Problem

Authors: Michael Harney, Ioannis Iraklis Haranas

The proposal for dark energy based on Type Ia Supernovae redshift is examined. It is found that the linear and non-Linear portions in the Hubble Redshift are easily explained by the use of the Hubble Sphere model, where two interacting Hubble spheres sharing a common mass-energy density result in a decrease in energy as a function of distance from the object being viewed. Interpreting the non-linear portion of the redshift curve as a decrease in interacting volume between neighboring Hubble Spheres removes the need for a dark energy.

Comments: 3 pages, Published: Progress in Physics, vol. 4, pp. 16-18, 2008 .

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