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Dynamic Universe Model Applications into Prediction of Blue Shifted Galaxies, VLBI Applications and other New Possible Avenues….




Tensors are generally tough to understand interpret and appreciate. This
is mainly because it is the number of equations that each tensor that will be
subdivided into. The overall concept is difficult to comprehend. There is an additional headache, when tensors subdividing into differential and integral equations. Differential equations will not give unique solutions. Whereas Dynamic Universe Model gives a unique solution of positions, velocities and accelerations for each point mass in the system for every instant of time as its tensors subdivide into linear set of equations. This new method of Dynamic Universe Model is different from earlier mathematical methods. This can be used for solving general N-body problem. This method solved many unsolved problems earlier like Galaxy Disk formations, Missing mass in Galaxies, Pioneer anomaly, Noncollapsing Large scale mass structures, New horizons trajectory predictions etc. Now attempts to solve new problems like-

1. Mathematical Prediction of Existence of Blue shifted Galaxies
2. Explaining Very long baseline interferometry (VLBI) observations
To support Dynamic Universe Model the we can find the following supporting
3. SN1987A- Neutrino emission (Supporting Existence of Blue Shifted Galaxies)
4. The first Redshifted Quasar 3C273 is blue shifted. (Supporting Existence of Blue Shifted Galaxies)
5. The most distant Quasar eso1122 found to have a Blue Shift of 0.110473
(Supporting Existence of Blue Shifted Galaxies)

Keywords and Phrases : Blue Shifted Galaxies, Very long baseline interferometry (VLBI) observations, Missing mass in Galaxies, Galaxy Disk formations, SN1987A- Neutrino emission, Quasar 3C273, Quasar eso1122.

Received date : November 11, 2013

Accepted date:  March 20, 2014

cited by: J.T.S. Vol. 8 (2014), pp.77-92

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