Relativity and Cosmology


Time Perspective Distortion, Illusion of Accelerated Expansion

Authors: Arthur E Pletcher

"Time Perspective Distortion (TPD) proposes that all velocities, including radial recessive and rotational, will naturally appear to increase per distances of great magnitude as an illusion between scales viewed in magnification. In the introduction, I cite a clear deviation from Kepler’s orbital laws with a correlation study of multiple galaxy surveys with increased velocities across their minor axis. Thus, velocity within the same body appears to increase per distance. However, TPD explains this as only an illusion. In section: 4, I explain why galaxy rotations appear to deviate from Kepler’s laws. In section: 5, I generalize how velocities appear to increase with distance, using a pulsar application. In section: 6, I Show how galaxy rotational velocity appears to increases with distance. In section: 8, I show how TPD is a factor in galaxy rotational curves. In Section: 9, I show how TPD affects the spherical asymmetry of supernova remnant velocity. In section: 10, I provide a mathematical proof to distinguish TPD from accelerated expansion. Please note: TPD is only evident over great distances. For instance, TPD predicts an apparent increase in comet orbital velocities over distance, however the margin of error (especially from unstable gas emissions) is greater than observable results. TPD is distinct from time dilation and does not contradict or violate either time dilation, GR, nor expansion. In TPD, corrections of skewed time intervals are first converted to true orthogonal length (t⊥) subsequently, all classical and relative physics are then calculated using t⊥ instead of t. "

Comments: 8 Pages. Somehow, most of my reviews have misconstrued my ideas, which has caused me to add revisions.

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[v1] 2017-04-25 21:05:36
[v2] 2017-04-26 08:43:23
[v3] 2017-04-26 14:53:37
[v4] 2017-04-27 09:10:25
[v5] 2017-05-02 12:48:31
[v6] 2017-05-03 18:27:35

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