Astrophysics and Space Science

, Volume 266, Issue 3, pp 399–447 | Cite as

The Scale Expanding Cosmos

  • C. Johan Masreliez


The Big Bang model assumes that the Universe expands by continuously changing the relationship between the metrics of space and time. However, the relationship between space and time could remain constant during the cosmological expansion and all cosmological locations in time and space could be equivalent, if the metrics of both space and time expand. The Scale Expanding Cosmos theory accurately models the universe we observe and offers simple and direct explanations for several cosmological enigmas.


Line Element Secular Variation Proper Motion Spiral Galaxy Black Body Radiation 
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  • C. Johan Masreliez
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  1. 1.The SEC FoundationRedmondUSA

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