· An illusion of center, no matter where the observer is or when.
· The actual velocity of every object depends on its distance from center, increasing the further out.
· The relative velocity between any two objects also depends on their distance apart, increasing the further apart they are.
· The pattern of actual and relative motions are all relatable using Hubble Law, and the Hubble Value at any moment in time.
· Expansion motion is far easier to measure the greater the distance observed.
· Expansion motion is more difficult to measure in “local” objects, and the scope of “local” expands with expansion age. The reason offered by this simulation is that objects with expansion motion higher or lower have simply moved away from us. Those closer to us ("local") are moving with nearly the same expansion motion, therefore, relative motion is increasingly slight.
· If an observer is out of sync in the pattern, acceleration shows up in the observed (relative) expansion motion, when there is none in the actual expansion motion. With distance, the acceleration becomes less measurable. With great distances, it disappears altogether.
· If expansion started out homogeneous at center the disk will remain homogeneous throughout expansion, and preserve this expansion pattern and its illusions, even with clumping of mass due to gravity.
· The Hubble Value reduces with each tick of the clock, as the density of the universe drops.
· With increasing age, the Hubble Value will appear to become stable (a constant), for long periods, depending on the sensitivity of measurements.
· Light from distant objects, emitted from their past, and from an earlier expansion period (under a different Hubble value), will offer a value (velocity and distance relationship) consistent with the time it is observed rather than the time it was emitted.
· Gravitational Lensing can produce two images of the same object. This simulator suggests that both will present any observer with the same value of H, no matter how much time is between their observations. It also suggests that lensing could be used to determine the distance the light travel of each image without knowing the distance of either path of light.
· Dark Flow is an observation reported by NASA of local expansion within the broader expansion. This model predicts such a localized motion and it is an illusion.
Edited by RodneyBelieves, 03 May 2019 - 09:55 AM.