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2 ends of telescope?
I talk about this in more detail in another paper I have up on Vixra entitled "General Relativity & the Evolution of Events: Relativistic Explanations for Galactic Rotational Velocities and the Hubble Shift". I don't know if I am allowed to post a link here.
Events are always undergoing acceleration as they evolve forward in the time dilated continuum. Therefore, when we look out into space beyond the solar system, and back in time, we are also looking down a time dilation gradient into slower time. The observerís invariant relative rate of time is always faster than that in frames in the perceived past, and we find that as D → ~13.9 Gly, the difference in the rate of time, denoted here as "dRt", → 1 s/s, recessional V → c, and lateral V → 0, just as it does near the event horizon of a black hole. Slower time results in lower frequency and the Hubble shift.Assuming a Hubble constant of 70 km/s/Mpc, we find the apparent recessional velocity reaches c at 4282.7494 Mpc = 13.968062372 Gly.For a 1s/s dRt at this distance the rate of change is:1/13968062372 = 7.1592*10^-11 s/s/ly = 2.3349516024*10^-4 s/s/Mpc.So for each Mpc the dRt = 2.3349516024*10^-4 s/s and:c*(1 + dRt) = (299792.458) m/s * ((1+(2.3349516024*10^-4)) s = 299862.458 m and:299862.458 - 299792.458 = 70 km/s/Mpc = the Hubble constantThis indicates that the forward evolution of time includes a universal constant of acceleration.Because we are always being accelerated forward in the rate of time, and therefore apparently space, events in the past must appear to accelerate away from us in the opposite direction.Please also note that the solution works for a difference in the rates of time of exactly 1 s/s. Does any other theory you know of account for a 1 s/s difference in the rates of time between us and 13.9 Gly? This also creates the impression we are at the center of the universe and leading it in its evolution.
Ins't this what Timey is saying in other thread?
but I am looking at the universe as the result of time dilation.
I am not basing this on mass density.
Ouch, the Universe is a result of simultaneous
Told you it wasn't mainstream.