Relativity and Cosmology

   

A New Expansion Model of Our Universe

Authors: Charles B. Leffert

In this introduction to the new SC-expansion model of our universe, the new physical concepts will be quickly reviewed to explain the source of gravity and a failure of the big bang consensus cosmology to account for a fundamental photon feature in an expanding universe.. This photon delay effect is not accounted for using present relativistic concepts of co-moving distance and standard candles. It is shown that following the photons by integration of the photon delay equation produces a larger luminosity distance and greater apparent magnitude sufficient to fit the supernovae SNIa data with no need of dark energy. It is shown that without this photon delay effect, the cosmic microwave radiation would not produce a clear first-pass pattern, but a smeared background of multi-orbit passes.

Comments: 5 pages, 5 figures

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[v1] 5 Jan 2011

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