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IJSTR >> Volume 4 - Issue 8, August 2015 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Cosmological Model: A New Approach

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Francisco Martínez Flores





ABSTRACT: It is shown, making use of Special Relativity and applying Doppler Effect, thatthe motion of galaxies is not radial but transversal. Linking relativistic energy with Doppler Effect, we may explain that the Cosmic Background Radiation is produced by a sufficientely large number of distant galaxies located in accordance with the requirement of homogeneity and isotropy of the Universe. The existence of dark matter can be understood by distinguishing between a real or inertial mass, responsible for newtonian Mechanics and Gravitation and a virtual and electromagnetic relativistic mass, which it is acceptable by Quantum Theory. The so-called black holes and cosmic scale factor are not following from a correct interpretation through the Schwarzschild and Robertson-Walker metrics, respectively, which together with the inability to quantize Gravitation, introduce more than reasonable doubts about the reliability of the General Theory. The Universe does not expand, butis in a steady state, which can only be explained in the context of Quantum Theory.



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