Tuesday, December 28, 2004


Also the Pioneer anomaly measures H from the Hubble flow, i.e. a_g = - cH back to Sun from the dark energy hollow halo hedgehog topological defect in the single-valued vacuum coherence starting at 20AU from the Sun. Such defects should be found in all stars as a remnant of how stars form in the first place. This same vacuum coherence explains how Einstein's cosmological constant is small.

On Dec 28, 2004, at 1:40 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

On Dec 28, 2004, at 1:32 PM, iksnileiz@earthlink.net wrote:

What part of "uniformity of space" do you still not understand? If an observer can locally detect a certain type of motion of himself and his co-moving measuring instruments through the vacuum, then space is not "uniform" with respect to that type of motion.

J: With that definition space is not "uniform" because of the Hubble flow and the cosmic black body radiation. This is now a well-established fact. The dipole Doppler shift anisotropy "velocity" of Earth through CBB is well measured as is the temperature giving a time from the Big Bang hot plasma.

Our galaxy is moving at 454 km/sec mean with error +- 125 km/sec relative to Hubble flow of the expansion of space in the direct l = 163 deg +- 15 deg , b = -11 deg +- 14 deg p. 301 Narlikar Cosmology (Cambridge, 1983)
Fig 1.20 (b) p. 22 explains convention for Galactic longitude l and latitude b on the Celestial Sphere. These measurements are 20 years old. Probably better ones now.

J: Fock may be clear in his text that you have pulled out of context.

Z: I gave you the context. You have his book.

J: Major time required.

Z: I never said or implied that space was actually uniform in the sense of actual "general relativity". In fact I say it is not. Apparently you agree with this.

J: Facts cannot be refuted.

J: How would I measure if space were "physically uniform"? What does it mean?

Z: This is a stupid question that of course is impossible to answer.

J: Wrong. See above.

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