Astrophysics

   

Informativity Expressions for Dark Energy and Dark Matter

Authors: Jody A Geiger

Providing a straight-forward explanation of dark energy and dark matter using only the physical laws of nature as they are known today has proved difficult and allusive. Using the principles of Informativity, a model based on counts of the fundamental measures—length, time and mass—an understanding of the expansion of our universe is resolved. Several expressions—mass of the universe, Hubble’s constant, age of the universe, rate of expansion—are presented that exemplify the approach and mathematical procedures. The postulates of Informativity change our understanding of length, suggesting that our current understanding of galactic measure is distorted.

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