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Creation of a Non-Expanding, Non-Singular Universe

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A theory of gravitation in flat space-time is applied to homogeneous, isotropic cosmological models. There are non-singular cosmological models. A natural interpretation is a non-expanding universe. The redshift is an intrinsic effect and not a Doppler effect. The universe contains only energy in the beginning, i.e. no matter exists. In the course of time matter and radiation are created from energy where the whole energy is conserved. Matter increases with time but a certain time after the beginning of the universe the creation of matter is finished and the universe appears like a static one. A modified Hubble law is considered which may explain the high redshifts of objects in the universe without the assumption of dark energy.

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Petry, W. (2015) Creation of a Non-Expanding, Non-Singular Universe. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1085-1094. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.68113.

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