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A Snapshot of a Homogeneous Spinning Universe

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DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104895    187 Downloads   364 Views


A snapshot of the circular speed as a function of the radius in a spin-ning-homogeneous spherical universe was obtained using a mass-dependent characteristic-acceleration in the Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND paradigm as a modified 2nd law of Newton) with and without considering the impact of the relativistic speed. To consider the impact of the relativistic speed the Extended Newtonian Theory (ENET), previously developed by the author, was used. The corresponding kinetic energy equation for ENET is however reported in this work for the first time. The speed profile shows a non-linear trend with features that has been experimentally noted before. It was shown that the Hubble law (for circular speeds) can be inferred from the results for a distance range close to the experimental results of the Hubble telescope key project. The calculation considering the impact of the relativistic speeds yields a very distinctive tail towards the edge of the universe that has been noted before. It is striking that a spinning universe model yields (without any reference to dark matter or dark energy) observed features of a universe which, based on photometric and spectral line measurements, is currently interpreted as radially expanding at an accelerated rate.

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Quintero-Leyva, B. (2018) A Snapshot of a Homogeneous Spinning Universe. Open Access Library Journal, 5, 1-11. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1104895.

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