A general relativistic rotating evolutionary universe—Part II

Berman, Marcelo Samuel
May 2008
Astrophysics & Space Science;May2008, Vol. 315 Issue 1-4, p367
Academic Journal
As a sequel to Berman (Astrophys. Space Sci., ), we show that the rotation of the Universe can be dealt by generalised Gaussian metrics, defined in this paper. Robertson-Walker’s metric has been employed with proper-time, in its standard applications; the generalised Gaussian metric implies in the use of a non-constant temporal metric coefficient modifying Robertson-Walker’s standard form. Experimental predictions are made.


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