IS SPACE REALLY EXPANDING? A COUNTEREXAMPLE

@article{Chodorowski2007ISSR,
  title={IS SPACE REALLY EXPANDING? A COUNTEREXAMPLE},
  author={M. Chodorowski},
  journal={Old and New Concepts of Physics},
  year={2007},
  volume={4},
  pages={15-33}
}
In all Friedman models, the cosmological redshift is widely interpreted as a consequence of the general-relativistic phenomenon of expansion of space. Other commonly believed consequences of this phenomenon are superluminal recession velocities of distant galaxies, and the distance to the particle horizon greater than ct (where t is the age of the Universe), in apparent conflict with special relativity. Here, we study a particular Friedman model: empty universe. This model exhibits both… Expand
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