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THE DARK ENERGY EXPLAINED BY A SCHWARZSCHILDIAN COSMOLOGY - ET CETERA

Angelo Loinger, Tiziana Marsico
  • Tiziana Marsico
    Liceo Classico “G. Berchet”, Milano, Italia

Abstract

In a First Part we give a Schwarzschildian generalization of the Newtonian, and Friedmannian, models of universe. By virtue of the Hilbertian gravitational repulsion, our formulation explains the red-shifts of the galaxies and the existence of a DARK ENERGY. In the Second Part we discuss two ignored consequences of Friedmann’s metrics: i ) the existence of a time coordinate such that there is no expansion of Friedmann’s universes; ii ) a corollary of a theorem by Hönl (1949), which tells us that the physical meaning of the point-origin of the galaxy paths is very problematic.

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Published: 2014-12-30 00:00:00
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