Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Pionner Anomaly a_g = cH

On Dec 28, 2004, at 3:13 PM, iksnileiz@earthlink.net wrote:

Z: OK. So we do now have a local standard of absolute acceleration and velocity with respect to the physical vacuum?

Velocity and time and place for sure. Acceleration also from CBB anisotropy changes. You can also get jerk, snap and pop etc.

The Hubble flow in FRW R(t) where H(t) = R(t)^-1dR/dt is a good definition of state of rest for vacuum I would think. Remember this is spontaneously broken vacuum symmetry like a ferromagnet. The lowest energy state only has a symmetry subgroup H of the larger symmetry group G of the dynamical action and its Euler-Lagrange local GCT tensor field equations

Guv + /\guv = 0

My original conjecture that stellar formation and also galaxy formation seeds require localized topological defects in the world hologram vacuum coherence that absorbs most of the random zero point energy is an unanticipated exciting idea that Pioneer data suggests.

Z: Motion with respect to this cosmic background is something that can be detected by local experiments, correct?

J: These are actual routine facts now.

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