# Time acceleration hypothesis

*692*pages on

this wiki

Mainstream | Tach |
---|---|

Space between galaxies expands | Galaxies' constituents shrink |

Wavelengths of light expand | Galaxies' constituents shrink |

Cosmological redshift induced by expanded space | Cosmological redshift induced by shrunken observer |

Cosmological time dilation induced by movement of distant objects | Cosmological time dilation induced by time accelerated observer |

Galactic rotation curves are explained by cold-dark matter distribution models | Galactic rotation curves are explained by velocity-neutral radial shrinkage |

Acceleration of the universe is explained by dark energy and a positive cosmological constant | Acceleration of galaxies is explained by angular momentum transfer from smaller to larger |

Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker metric | Euclidean metric |

Escape from a gravitational singularity | Freedom from large gravitational wells |

Variable coordinate speed of light | Constant coordinate speed of light |

Big Bang | Cyclic Multiverse |

Cosmological Principle | Fractal Geometry |

One time | Repeatable |

Global Thermodynamic Equilibrium at the largest scales | Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium at the largest scales |

## ParametersEdit

Gravity

Mass

Radius

Speed of light

Wavelength with respect to no gravity field

Wavelength with respect to a gravity field

Increase of light frequency virtual due to time dilation of observer.

Reduction of light wavelength virtual due to size expansion of observer.

## Unit proportionalityEdit

Object measurement | Units | core | middle | edge | |

Mass | Kilogram | = | = | = | |

Length | Meter | ▲ | = | ▼ | |

Time | Second | ▲ | = | ▼ | |

Velocity | Meter/Second | = | = | = | |

Acceleration | Meter/Second^2 | ▼ | = | ▲ | |

Gravitational Constant | Meter^3/(Kilogram·Second^2) | ▲ | = | ▼ | |

Angular velocity | Radians/Second | ▼ | = | ▲ | |

Angular size | Radians | = | = | = | |

Frequency | Radians/Second | ▼ | = | ▲ | |

Luminosity | Watts | ▼ | = | ▲ | |

Moment of inertia | Kilogram·Meter^2 | ▲▲ | = | ▼▼ | |

Angular momentum | Kilogram·Meter^2/Second | ▲ | = | ▼ | |

Electric Permittivity | Kilogram·Meter^3/(Second^2·Coulomb^2) | ▼ | = | ▲ | |

Fine structure constant | N/A | = | = | = | |

Magnetic permeability | Kilogram·Meter/Coulomb^2 | ▲ | = | ▼ |