The universe in perspective

Show simple item record Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie 2011-05-04T09:48:01Z 2011-05-04T09:48:01Z 2010-06
dc.description.abstract Gödel’s rotating-universe solution of Einstein’s gravitational field equations is interpreted in real projective space. The compass of inertia is shown to coincide with the involuted geodesic of the closed manifold and predicts a cosmological redshift for distant events. Other cosmological criteria of antimatter imbalance, the microwave background and nucleogenesis are satisfied in a natural way. The role of black holes in steady-state circulation, universal self-similar symmetry and the need to reinterpret astronomical data in hyperspace are discussed. en
dc.identifier.citation Boeyens, JCA 2010, 'The universe in perspective', Physics Essays, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 337-343. [] en
dc.identifier.issn 0836-1398
dc.identifier.other 10.4006/1.3414820
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher University of Toronto Press en_US
dc.rights © 2010 Physics Essays Publication en_US
dc.subject Chronometric redshift en
dc.subject Rotating-universe solution en
dc.subject.lcsh Antimatter en
dc.subject.lcsh Red shift en
dc.subject.lcsh Cosmology en
dc.title The universe in perspective en
dc.type Preprint Article en

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