Il centro della galassia: una holostar

L/upd: 2019/04/16 Nell’articolo ci occupiamo di Sagittarius A*, il buco nero supermassivo della nostra Via Lattea, prendendo spunto dall’ultima foto fornita dal team di Event Horizon Telescope. Definiremo i contorni della nostra teoria originale, che lo descrive come una holostar, elaborando al contempo un modello concreto e appropriato di formulazione dell’equivalenza inerziale nei sistemi spazio-rotanti. […]

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Local-Space Tide

L/upd: 2019/03/05 Tidal effects should follow from the inertial free fall of each galaxy in the accelerating expansion of the Universe. So we show that growing rotation of galaxies is due to tidal acceleration, and causes the apparent need for dark matter, in the same way that the inertial free fall condition of all galaxies […]

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Aurora on the horizon

L/upd: 2019/02/16 The Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) could simply be our Unruh Mirror, due to the accelerating expansion of the Universe. Maybe we are not looking at our remote past, but at our face in that black mirror, rising on the horizon like an aurora. As seen in the main article, the accelerating expansion of […]

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Einstein is asked about dark matter

L/upd: 2019/05/23 The great Einstein returns and jokingly tries to give a relativistic solution, in his distinctive way, to problems such as the rotation of galaxies, the measured redshift of stars and the apparent need for dark matter. He does so, as far is possible, using a humble and cheerful language, since understanding the Universe […]

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