However, if A tends to 0 and ⁇ the external space density has been discarded by A. Einstein could mutually cancel the positive and negative volumetric acceleration tensors and the General Relativity could not be extended to the external space. Otherwise, A. Friedman provided alternatives to the equations of Einstein, showing that without the term, the Physical Universe could expand or contract. Einstein confessed later to G. The inclusion of Gamow was his “worst blunder.” G. In 1927, Lemaitre predicted and E. In 1929, Hubble verified the Physical Universe ‘s expansion velocity, expressed by its equation: v = H ⁇ r, where r is the Measurable Universe’s radius and H is a parameter of which H is a parameter. Since 1930, value has been searched, assuming distinct values of v. In the year 1995, A. Riess and Riess et. The accelerated property of such expansion was discovered by al. The author suggested an equation for the expansion of space acceleration in the first article as ⁇ H = H2r/2, considering it in the simplest case as a constant (~ 2×10-7 cm ⁇ s-2). In addition , the value of H as a time function was deduced in the second article: H = 2 / t (s-1). However, the scientific community’s praised aim to demonstrate the no-blunder character of ⁇ has been extended to name a mysterious form of energy (dark energy) that would be The main component (71%) of the universe is the origin of the expansion of the universe. In fact, a vast amount of thermal energy (originating at the Big Bang) existed that was adiabatically transformed in the expansive work of space and partially condensed in matter at lower temperatures (in the order of the binding energies of the lepton) to form the Physical Universe; the rest of the energy continued its redshift until the present CBR. Otherwise, when related to the complete Universe I e to the complete expanding Space) from the right line to a parabolic line, the classical inverted cone of time, centred on the constancy of c into the Physical Universe, must change its slant shape. It would suggest that the radius of the Universe was greater than previously thought from the time t ~ to/3, as seen in the 3rd article of this book.

Author (s) Details

**J. G. Lartigue
**National University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico.

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