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Time acceleration hypothesis

Mainstream versus Tach
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 G

Mass M

Radius r=\frac{1}{2}\frac{minor\ axis^2}{major\ axis}

Speed of light c

Wavelength with respect to no gravity field \lambda_0

Wavelength with respect to a gravity field \lambda=\lambda_0\sqrt{1-2GM/rc^2}

Increase of light frequency virtual due to time dilation of observer. \frac{\lambda_0}{\lambda}

Reduction of light wavelength virtual due to size expansion of observer. \frac{\lambda}{\lambda_0}

Unit proportionalityEdit

Object measurement Units core middle edge
Mass Kilogram = = = kg
Length Meter = m
Time Second = s
Velocity Meter/Second = = = m/s
Acceleration Meter/Second^2 = m/s^2
Gravitational Constant Meter^3/(Kilogram·Second^2) = G
Angular velocity Radians/Second = \theta/s
Angular size Radians = = = \theta
Frequency Radians/Second = \nu
Luminosity Watts = W
Moment of inertia Kilogram·Meter^2 ▲▲ = ▼▼ kg \times m^2
Angular momentum Kilogram·Meter^2/Second = \hbar
Electric Permittivity Kilogram·Meter^3/(Second^2·Coulomb^2) = \epsilon_0
Fine structure constant N/A = = = \alpha
Magnetic permeability Kilogram·Meter/Coulomb^2 = \mu_0

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