Explanation of the observed dynamics of matter in the Universe in the framework of classical gravity

Alexey Stanislavovich Belyaev

Abstract


The paper shows that the introduction of a new category of "dark energy" into the theory was premature. The observed dynamics of matter in the Universe can be explained within the framework of classical gravity, if the assumption about the existence of a primary plasma cloud at a certain evolutionary stage of the Universe is considered false. Comments are given on why this step is correct. The expansion of the Universe is not associated with the pressure that existed at any stage of its development, therefore, under the influence of gravitational forces, it must turn into compression, despite the observed accelerated motion of galaxies in the direction away from the terrestrial observer. In general, the universe is not cooling down, but heating up. The brief review of astronomical observations, presented in this paper, confirms the need to develop a new view of cosmology.

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Gravitation; Cosmology; Cosmological redshift; Expansion of the Universe; Evolution of the Universe

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