A ug 2 00 6 On the Absence of Cosmic Acceleration July 31 , 2008 at 614 minutes VERSION

@inproceedings{Middleditch2006AU2,
  title={A ug 2 00 6 On the Absence of Cosmic Acceleration July 31 , 2008 at 614 minutes VERSION},
  author={John Middleditch},
  year={2006}
}
The unexpected faintness of distant Type Ia Supernovae (SNe) has been used by many to argue for an accelerated expansion of the universe. However, observations of nearby SNe show high velocity and polarized features in all SNe Ia, indicating that the single degenerate paradigm for Type Ia SNe is drastically and catastrophically invalid. By now it is also clear that an extreme version of the axisymmetry seen in SN 1987A is the correct paradigm for SNe Ia and Ic, and that these are both core… CONTINUE READING