Mathematical Physics


Do Radial Velocities of Given Bodies Mean Zero-Equivalent Time?

Authors: M.V Nembahe

There's a general consensus among cosmologists; that the zero-equivalent time (t=0) can only mean the present (now) as far as the Hubble constant is concerned. But the constant's initial value of 0 is problematic; as it misuses distance and time in conjunction with the Cartesian coordinate system and together I find have nothing to do with the quantification of t=0 and so run the risk of predicting infinitesimal velocity of infinite distance and time.

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[v1] 2019-08-09 18:38:30

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