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A self-similar model of the Universe unveils the nature of dark energy

Because we measure the atoms with the atoms and all the equations of physics hold good whatever the atomic size in this document is presented a formal proof that a SHRINKING ATOM is the cause of the space expansion. No dark energy, no BB, no space expansion, no inflation,...


A new Evolving Climate Model (ECM) and NO Snowball Earth

A Model of Past Earth’s Climate from Isotopic and Biologic Data and Its Relationship with Orbits’ Expansion
Abstract: The first model of the past hot Earth’s climate consistently indicated by isotopic and biologic data.. This model.. Evolving Climate Model (ECM), accurately matches a 3 Gy long compilation of $\delta^{18}O$ data. An important consequence is the ...well-known but until now mysterious occurrence: the Great Oxygenation Event (GOE). A solution ..for.. “dolomite problem” and new explanations ..for..the origin of petroleum and of protocontinents. ..the ECM presents ideal conditions for the massive production of long organic molecules... life evolution, .. the Cambrian.. explained and fitted by the ECM, exposing a previously unknown connection between the evolution of life and climate. The most likely cause.. is the expansion of orbits;... can explain the ECM, the receding of the Moon and the water on early Mars..


If you do not agree with the proof then post your answer to this post: PSE-How to distinguish between the spectrum of an atom in motion and the one of a scaled atom?.
Note: I've a lot of persistent downvoters and they always refused to write the why they think that I'm wrong, even now that I'd offered 500 points for answers against my position.

Online book, by Alfredo Gouveia de Oliveira http://outrafisica.blogs.sapo.pt. Using only standard physics, the author presents an alternative view of the History of the Universe.

papers of in the arxiv:


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