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Alexandros Paparodopoulos
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Alexandros Paparodopoulos (Abstracts)
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  • Light Propagation in an Expanding Universe (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]

    In an expanding space, propagating light waves/particles participate in the expansion as originally proposed by W. H. McCrea (1962) and S. J. Prokhovnik (1963). The resulting mode of light propagation is expressed by a light "kinematic equation", which is a direct consequence of the cosmological principle and can be mathematically deduced from the Robertson-Walker metric. This leads to an important consequence, that the Minkowski light cone is transformed, in expanding space, to a curved space-time surface. Our new approach offers a more physically intelligible interpretation of the observational astronomy and theoretical cosmology and provides simple and direct answers to many abstract expositions of the conventional theory.

  • The Law of Universal Gravitation in a G Variant Universe (1993) [Updated 3 years ago]