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  1. #1 conjecture: G reduces for very dense matter 
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    In www.gravity.uk.com is the conjecture that the value of G reduces for dense bodies, (or more properly, bodies of high mass/radius ratio).

    The conjecture arises by considering conservation of energy in a rescaling universe, where the total mass of a body is conserved as quantities rescale( www.rescalingsymmetry.com )
    For a mass m, mc^2-GMm/R = 0, so after rescaling, (mc^2-GMm/R) exp(2Ht) = 0 too, and energy is conserved.

    The advantages of the proposal are:

    i) mechanism for ejection pehenomenon (AGN, Big Bang)
    ii) spherical voids in the large scale structure
    iii) avoidance of singularity problem in black holes.

    John Hunter.


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    I guess that the “.com” market will start booming again if you persist in making a homepage for every conjecture you create. There is a forum here for Pseudoscience, or better yet, you could put all of your conjectures together under one homepage, pseudoscience.com.

    BTW, no matter how intelligent the design, you’re not going to technobabble the singularity of the Big Bang away, if that is your real goal. Science doesn’t need the philosophical foundation of creationism.


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    The two websites are the only ones created.

    The aim is to promote a real scientific theory, with predictions.

    e.g. omega(matter) = 0.25, the supernovae magnitudes follow d=2(1+z)sqrt((1+z)-1)

    John Hunter.
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