I.L. Zhogin. One more fitting (d=5) of Supernovae red shifts
Submitted on: Jun 18, 2012, 17:04:56
Natural Sciences / Physics / Relativity
Description: Supernovae red shifts are fitted in a simple 5D model: the galaxies are assumed to be enclosed in a giant S^3-spherical shell which expands (ultra) relativistically in a (1+4)D Minkowski space. This model, as compared with the kinematical (1+3)D model of Prof Farley, goes in line with the Copernican principle: any galaxy observes the same isotropic distribution of distant supernovae, as well as the same Hubble plot of distance modulus mu vs red shift z. A good fit is obtained (no free parameters); it coincides with Farley's fit at low z, while shows some more luminosity at high z, leading to 1% decrease in the true distance modulus (and 50% increase in luminosity) at z~2. The model proposed can be also interpreted as a FLRW-like model with the scale factor a(t)=t/t_0; this could not be a solution of general relativity (5D GR is also unsuitable--it has no longitudinal polarization). However, there still exists the other theory (with D=5 and no singularities in solutions), the other game in the town, which seems to be able to do the job.
The abstract of this article has been published in the "Intellectual Archive Bulletin" , June 2012, ISSN 1929-1329.
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