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Varying G Vs Cosmic Acceleration
Forum List  Follow Ups  Post Message  Back to Thread Topics  In Response To Posted by Bruce on July 16, 2001 04:59:00 UTC 
The Gravitational Field of a uniform spherical mass M is a product of volumetric acceleration G [(m^3/sec^2)/kgm] multiplied by M. Over time, the volmetric acceleration of the Hubble sphere diminishes as 1/R (R being the radius of the Hubble Sphere) whereas the increasing size of the Hubble Sphere extends the field of M. In consequence, the measured inertia of M is increasing in proportion to R, so the MG product remains constant. This is why attempts to measure changes in G by orbital tracking always produce a null result.


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