Relativity and Cosmology


Time Interval Distortions, Alternative to Dark Matter

Authors: Arthur E Pletcher

This alternative model to Dark Matter, is supported by correlated studies of multiple galaxy surveys with increased velocities across their minor axis. Thus, velocity within the same body appears to increase per distance. Time convergence (TC) rewrites accelerating expansion, alternatively, as constant expansion with apparent decreasing time intervals. TC is a corollary of Minkowski’s assertion that ”Whatever happens to space also happens to time”, and can be conceptualized as a linear perspective in the time dimension. TC proposes that time intervals appear to decrease and converge to a single event over great magnitude distance, as viewed from an observer at classic scale. Thus, accelerated expansion is interpreted to be an illusion, as decreasing time intervals appear equivalent to acceleration. See figure 3. Please note that TC is not time dilation. Time intervals do not actually decrease per distance, rather appear to decrease per distance similar to linear spatial perspective from subtended arcs. Thus, there is no contradiction or violation of special relativity nor GR In the last chapter, I provide a vector calculation to distinguish accelerated expansion from constant expansion with TC.

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[v1] 2017-04-19 10:41:43
[v2] 2017-04-20 09:51:08
[v3] 2017-04-25 16:15:36

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