The Universe is a Minkowski Manifold and the Gravity is not Inherent Force in Matter
by Open Science Repository Astronomy
If the expansion of the Universe is the extension of an inertial system on the basis of the law of conservation of energy, the space-time continuum has to be a Minkowski manifold. Then the gravitational distortion around a massive object is canceled as a whole Universe collectively, and each massive object itself becomes free-fall state. As a result, the Universe becomes flat spatially. In the inertial expansion, it can be derived that the gravity is not an inherent force in matter but is the force that is given by the deceleration field filled over the entire space.Keywords:
cosmological model, Minkowski manifold, gravity, pseudo 3-sphere.
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