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**New Theories / Is this the new model of the Universe?**

« **on:**27/05/2021 19:24:04 »

I originally had this in the "New Theories" section in "What is Space". But since I sent them the first formula on 3/8/21, 75% of the astrophysicists/astronomers in the world's English-speaking universities have downloaded my paper, so I thought this should be posted here (in the Physics/Cosmology section).

My paper on a universe based on time dilation was published in July of '19, but it lacked the maths for the galactic rotation and orbital velocities.

I finally figured out the math for all stellar system orbital velocities, and for galactic rotation velocities, as below, and I have now updated my paper to reflect the change. I was right in that particles are going faster due to the rate of time, but was not right that the velocities were the result of the acceleration in time, but rather that slower densities are being dragged forward by time, which evolves the continuum forward at c. The relationship is not from the surface of the Sun out, but from the invariant second looking in. This is because time evolves the continuum forward at c, and the slower the time of a density, the more velocity it needs to keep up in the continuum.

Since orbital velocity, V

T

T

V

This formula, (√2*√((Tc2

I explain the significance of √2 and √3 in the paper, which is at http://www.thetruecosmology.com.

Since T = 1, the equations reduce to:

V

V

The planetary formula also works for moons when the planet's dilation gradient is used.

For cometary velocities, it is necessary to derive the time dilation velocity formula from the Vis-Viva equation, which is:

V

Where T

Since this is the derivation for the Vis-Viva formula, it is the exact solution for any stellar system body when using the dilation gradient of the central mass of the stellar or planetary system.

Now that we know that √(GM/r) = √(c

Deriving the gravitational force, in Newtons, through time dilation, we use Newton’s equation: F = G(M

Also, I updated the paper to show that a spiral galaxy is a "Cosmic Hurricane", a vortex in time that spins the CMB, generating the MECO's magnetic field and generating gravity waves in accordance with the Fibonacci sequence. The spiral arms are densities where time is slower and the spaces between the spirals are faster time. This is also true of a hurricane on Earth, where the bands of rain, which also follow the Fibonacci sequence, are also densities with slower time than the spaces between the bands. So, what we are seeing is systems within systems within systems based upon the Fibonacci sequence.

My paper on a universe based on time dilation was published in July of '19, but it lacked the maths for the galactic rotation and orbital velocities.

I finally figured out the math for all stellar system orbital velocities, and for galactic rotation velocities, as below, and I have now updated my paper to reflect the change. I was right in that particles are going faster due to the rate of time, but was not right that the velocities were the result of the acceleration in time, but rather that slower densities are being dragged forward by time, which evolves the continuum forward at c. The relationship is not from the surface of the Sun out, but from the invariant second looking in. This is because time evolves the continuum forward at c, and the slower the time of a density, the more velocity it needs to keep up in the continuum.

Since orbital velocity, V

_{O}, = √(GM/R), the time dilation formula for orbital velocities is derived from the gravitational time dilation formula,T

_{0}= T√1 – (2GM/Rc^{2}) by substituting V_{O}for GM/R, i.e.:T

_{0}= T√1 – ((2/c^{2})(V_{O})), resulting in:V

_{O}= √2*√((Tc^{2}– T_{0}c^{2})/2T)), for planets and moons, where T is the distant observer’s invariant rate of universal time, T_{0}is the rate of time of the coordinate point within the pit, and √2 is the gravitational acceleration factor.This formula, (√2*√((Tc2

^{}– T_{0}c^{2})/2T))/(√3) gives the Sun's galactic rotation velocity. I used the Sun's surface dilation factor for the solution.I explain the significance of √2 and √3 in the paper, which is at http://www.thetruecosmology.com.

Since T = 1, the equations reduce to:

V

_{p}= √(c^{2}– T_{0}c^{2}) for planetary orbital velocities and,V

_{g}= √((c^{2}– T_{0}c^{2}))/(√3) for galactic rotation velocitiesThe planetary formula also works for moons when the planet's dilation gradient is used.

For cometary velocities, it is necessary to derive the time dilation velocity formula from the Vis-Viva equation, which is:

V

_{c}= √((2*(c^{2}– T_{0}c^{2}) – (c^{2}– T_{0αc}c^{2}))Where T

_{0}= the rate of time factor for “r” in the Vis-Viva equation and T_{0α}= the rate of time factor for a distance equal to the length of the semi-major axis, α.Since this is the derivation for the Vis-Viva formula, it is the exact solution for any stellar system body when using the dilation gradient of the central mass of the stellar or planetary system.

Now that we know that √(GM/r) = √(c

^{2}– c^{2}T_{0}), we can make that substitution in other equations.Deriving the gravitational force, in Newtons, through time dilation, we use Newton’s equation: F = G(M

_{1}m_{2})/r = (GM_{1}/r)*(m_{2}/r) = (√(c^{2}– c^{2}*T_{0})^{2}*(m_{2}/r) = ((m_{2})(c^{2}– c^{2}T_{0}))/r, where T_{0}is the rate of time factor for the coordinate mass, m_{2}. Of course, the equation works in the obverse for the other mass, M_{1}.Also, I updated the paper to show that a spiral galaxy is a "Cosmic Hurricane", a vortex in time that spins the CMB, generating the MECO's magnetic field and generating gravity waves in accordance with the Fibonacci sequence. The spiral arms are densities where time is slower and the spaces between the spirals are faster time. This is also true of a hurricane on Earth, where the bands of rain, which also follow the Fibonacci sequence, are also densities with slower time than the spaces between the bands. So, what we are seeing is systems within systems within systems based upon the Fibonacci sequence.