Food for thought…an open question to the board: A spherical volume defined as V ≡ 4/3 Π R ³ undergoes constant accelerated volume expansion generated by its mass M. The simplest equation for this is: Av = d²V/dt² = CE x M . The two equations lead to instantaneous volume velocities of 4Π R² (dR/dt) and CE M t + Vo (Vo= initial velocity). Setting them equal to each other, then solving for dR/dt yields a radial velocity of dR/dt = (CE M t + Vo)/( 4Π R²). With some work, using classical constant acceleration equations found in any H.S. text and differentiating dR/dt, Radial acceleration = AR= - (CE M)/ (12 Π R²). This is Newton’s law (with CE = 12 Π G). Without any presuppositions, a constant volumetric expansion yields Newton’s law, is this just coincidence? Any relationship to the expanding universe?