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Dark Energy -> Repulsion

Inflation -> Repulsion

Gravitation -> Attraction

(Repulsion = Attraction -> Steady Region) & Euclidean Universe -> Light can travel on parallel lines that remain the same distance from each other :: matter, light, and energy maintaining present density

(Repulsion > Attraction -> Opening Region) & Euclidean Universe -> Light can travel on parallel lines that increase in distance from each other :: matter, light, and energy are being segregated

(Attraction > Repulsion -> Closing Region) & Euclidean Universe -> Light can travel on parallel lines that decrease the same distance from each other :: matter, light, and energy are returning

According to the Big Bang, "Since the beginning of the universe, it has been opening."

Opening Regions > Closing Regions -> Opening Universe

Closing Regions > Opening Regions -> Closing Universe

Gravitation + Inflation -> ~%15 of Omega=1 :: Opening Universe

Gravitation + Inflation + Dark Energy -> ~%100 of Omega=1 :: Accelerating Universe

exactly %100 of Omega=1 -> Hubble Constant is smaller that if Omega=0.15 instead :: Universe "is" Euclidean, not Hyperbolic

Accelerating Universe -> Opening Regions > Closing Regions -> Increasing Hubble Constant -> Universe "is" not asymptotically decelerating, and it is not reversing direction.

Spherical Balloon Analogy -> Closed Universe (a sense of "closed" independent from the size, expanding, or contracting of the balloon/universe) -> Non-Euclidean Universe

Euclidean Universe -> Light does not orbit the universe -> Spherical Balloon Analogy Uncogent

Periods of deceleration (early universe) and acceleration (late universe) -> Acceleration of the Universe is variable -> Attraction/Repulsion = not constant -> Hubble Constant is not constant -> Omega changes with time -> Omega will stop changing or Omega will continue to change

((Omega~1 (late universe) && periods of deceleration (early universe) and acceleration (late universe)) -> Omega will change) && This change is continuous not discrete -> Omega is changing right now -> If Omega is exactly 1 right now, it will cease equaling 1 in short order

Decelerating Universe -> Hubble Constant is decreasing and positive -> Omega is increasing

Accelerating Universe -> Hubble Constant is increasing and positive -> Omega is decreasing

3rd Year WMAP Observations -> Universe is perhaps slightly closed -> Omega "perhaps >" 1

Supernova Observations -> Accelerating Universe -> Hubble Constant is Increasing -> Omega is decreasing

(3rd Year WMAP Observations & Supernova Observations) -> Omega is "perhaps approaching 1 from the plus side" -> Omega >1 by a little && Hubble constant is "perhaps small" but is "evidently getting larger" -> Opening Regions > Closing Regions -> Light travels in straight lines parallel to each other which themselves are being seperated from each other via the Hubble Velocity (which is increasing)

Result: No contradictions in terminology found. Mainstream cosmology "OK".

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