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Is this formula

m = m0/sqrt(1-Φ/c^2) right or at least close to reality?

The purpose of the question:

If overage Φ decreases because of Universe is expanding,

then maybe it can help to find another explanation why it expands with acceleration.

Lets consider small particle with momentum

p = m*v.

If this small mass m decrease because of decreasing of overage Φ of whole visible Universe,

then because of momentum conservation law

v must arise.

So it would generate expanding with acceleration.

Maybe this would help to explain things without dark energy,

or at least would change predicted amount of it?

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