3 years ago

Can accelerated expansion of the universe be due to spacetime vorticity?.

Babur M. Mirza

We present here a general relativistic mechanism for accelerated cosmic expansion and the Hubble's constant. It is shown that spacetime vorticity coupled to the magnetic field density in galaxies causes the galaxies to recede from one another at a rate equal to the Hubble's constant. We therefore predict an oscillatory universe, with zero curvature, without assuming violation of Newtonian gravity at large distances or invoking dark energy/dark matter hypotheses. The value of the Hubble's constant, along with the scale of expansion, as well as the high isotropy of CMB radiation are deduced from the model.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1803.09628

DOI: arXiv:1803.09628v4

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