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A clock at rest with respect to the g-field, it's frequency increases in the higher gravity potential.Lights frequency decreases in the higher gravity potential.Light has no mass and will not gain potential energy at h from M.
Quote from: timey on 28/03/2017 03:47:33A clock at rest with respect to the g-field, it's frequency increases in the higher gravity potential.Lights frequency decreases in the higher gravity potential.Light has no mass and will not gain potential energy at h from M.Why do you keep repeating (and now embellishing) this nonsense? We're talking physics, not Mozart! Stic k tot he observed facts: The frequency of any repetitive process appears higher when observed from a lower gravity potential. The frequency of any photon is higher, when received at a lower gravity potential, than observed at the source. The two phenomena are identical. An observer at the same gravitational potential sees no frequency shift.
So if the Friedmann equations are describing the Hubble data in relation to the Einstein equation, then what is Freidmann using as a means to the description?You mentioned something about him using time to constantly dilate space...Can you give me a more detailed description?For instance when you say 'to constantly dilate space', do you mean a constantly time dilated space, or a space that is dilated by constant time?
In 1922, Alexander Friedmann derived his Friedmann equations from Einstein's field equations, showing that the Universe might expand at a rate calculable by the equations. The parameter used by Friedmann is known today as the scale factor which can be considered as a scale invariant form of the proportionality constant of Hubble's law.
where the dot represents a time derivative.
The Einstein equations in their simplest form model generally either an expanding or contracting universe, so Einstein's cosmological constant was artificially created to counter the expansion or contraction to get a perfect static and flat universe.
If Lambda = 0 then Guv = (8*pi*G/c4) * Tuv.