Distance and gravity
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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Hubble's law
«…the gravitational constant varies perceptibly even within your Solar system, let alone on larger scales, which has caused grave errors in your calculations of the dimensions of your Galaxy and of the distance to other galaxies, and it has also resulted in the emergence of fallacious theories of the closed Universe, as well as the recent theory of the dispersing Universe»
(Unknown author)
The gravitational constant in the law of gravity is determined mainly in laboratory conditions. The real dimensionality of the physical space exceeds 3 by a small value \(\Delta≪1\). Thus, both the gravitational constant and the luminance of celestial bodies must be multiplied by the function of distance \(R\): \[\frac{1}{R^\Delta}\]
As a result:
- The total gravitational potential at any point of the infinite universe is finite (Neumann-Seeliger paradox does not exist), because the series \(\frac{1}{n^S}\) converges if \(S > 1\).
- The real photometric and gravitational parameters of bodies from other galaxies differ significantly from the observed values. This error causes the redshift and the apparent recession of galaxies.
Hubble determined the distances to other galaxies by their luminosity, so the observational error of both the distance and the gravitational parameter has the same power function. Therefore, Hubble’s law is linear.
If the Universe is expanding, why our Galaxy is in its center?
The Big Bang never existed. The dark energy does not exist.
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