The Constant of the Universe Expansion Acceleration ΓH, the Einstein Variation of c and Parameters VH, Ω, Ʌ and ɣ

  •  J. G. Lartigue    


The Hubble-Lemaitre equation v=H∙r  (cm∙s-1) represented a linear function of the radial Space expansion velocity, if H would be a constant. Sometimes it has been assumed as H = 1/t, which sends back to the classical v = r/t. However, the later discovered acceleration required the additional condition for H to be, also, a function of time; or, opposed, the existence of a not yet defined dark energy. In a previous paper [1] it had been proposed a provisional expression for a constant Universe expansion acceleration as function of distance: Γ= H2( cm∙s-2). Now, the substitution of r as a function of time, takes to five new equations of H, the Hubble velocity vH , the Hubble acceleration ΓH and the positive Hubble potential VH of the Space. So the proposed Hubble functions for the Space: H, rH , vH, ΓH and VH result higher than those in a gravitational field. All of these Hubble functions act in the total Space expansion though, into the Physical Universe, ΓH is not perceived as it does, continuously, the opposed gravitational acceleration g. Otherwise, a revision is made of the Einstein equation for the c value as function of the gravitational potential φ. Additional proposals are made about the horizons definitions and parameters Ω, Ʌ and ɣ.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1916-9639
  • ISSN(Online): 1916-9647
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: semiannual

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