Study on the effect of Variations in Earth-Surface Gravity Depending on the Shape and Position of the Earth Radius and Age of the Universe Using General Relativity and Euclidean Geometry
We wanted to explore how changes in the Earth’s gravitational field in the framework of general relativity affect the universe’s radius and age values in the previously developed distancedetermining model. The radius and age of the universe can be established by applying the relationships of light propagating in accelerating systems and gravity to the Earth moving with the Milky Fashion galaxy in the expanding cosmos and to light propagating in the surface gravity of our planet moving in this way. The Einstein equation may be used to calculate a so-called “short evolving distance” for a redshift extent of 3.1415 in the cosmos. Understanding of the full planar angle (2), as well as the Using the rules of trigonometry, it is feasible to determine extreme distances by deviating the angle of a light beam () travelling through the Earth’s surface gravity. This “long evolving distance,” which is roughly equal to the universe’s radius, can be converted into “evolving time” divided by the speed of light. According to this method, the universe may have been created at a rate of 13.7536 billion years on average. Aside from the cosmic radius and age, other but minor changes can be seen in these, due to changes in the Earth’s surface gravity as a result of its shape and position. These figures range from 13.6879 to 13.8498 billion dollars.
Dr. Tibor Endre Nagy
University of Debrecen, Kenézy Campus, Department of Pulmonology, 2-26 Béla Bartók str., 4031 Debrecen, Hungary.
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Earth’s orbital motion Euclidean geometry. General relativity high redshift galaxies precession and nutation of the rotation axis of the Earth Radius and age of the universe shape of the Earth surface gravity of the Earth tilt topography of the Earth