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The Solar System Resulted by Random Collision

Cameron Y. Rebigsol
Year: 2017

Hubble\'s Law is conventionally expressed with v=H_0 D, where $v$ is the recessional speed of a celestial object, usually a galaxy, $D$ is the distance between an observer and the recessing object, and H_0 is the so called Hubble\'s constant. However, while this equation does give a straight line diagram between $v$ and $D$ , no publication is found to have given convincing argument regarding what has led H_0 to be resulted. In other words, v=H_0 D is only a convenient summary of phenomenon, but hardly an equation led to by genuine physical analysis.