New Time Dependent Gravity Displays Dark Matter and Dark Energy Effects
Year: 2008 Pages: 19
Keywords: distances and red shifts, dark matter, dark energy, theory
It is shown that a time dependent gravitational field that is getting weaker with time will produce the effects measured for both the tangential velocity in the arms of spiral galaxies and for the high z supernovas. These results show that the effects that have led to the hypothesis of Dark Matter and Dark Energy may come from the same basic physical phenomena, namely that gravity is getting weaker as a function of time, and not from the existence of exotic matter.