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Redshift depends on dark energy

  1. Jul 3, 2004 #1
    cosmological constant = lambda
    rho = mass density of dark energy

    lambda = constant x rho

    rho = lambda / constant

    rho x volume of universe = lamda / constant x volume of universe = total mass of dark energy in universe

    volume of universe = lambda / constant x total mass of dark energy in universe
    4/3 pi r^3 = lambda / constant x total mass of dark energy in universe
    r = ( 3 pi / 4 x lambda / constant x total mass of dark energy in universe)^1/3

    redshift of photons from galaxY AT 10^26 METRES = (CONSTANT 2) x radius of universe =

    (Constant 2) X ( 3 pi / 4 x lambda / constant x total mass of dark energy in universe)^1/3

    redshift depends on: lambda / total mass of dark energy

    REDSHIFT DEPENDS ON DARK ENERGY!!!

    So photons could be redshifting by giving energy to dark energy.
     
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