Relativity and Cosmology

   

Distance Variation in Accelerating Frames and Its Potential Role in Hubble Expansion

Authors: Ritesh Singh

We refer to distance variation as the change in Lorentz contracted apparent distance of a body in motion relative to an observer, due to a change in the velocity of the observer. We show that distance variation can have a large contribution in the apparent velocities of distant bodies. We propose that this needs to be included in cosmological models. We also show that it can potentially explain some observed cosmological peculiarities.

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[v1] 2019-11-23 10:20:08

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