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Multiplicative-Generated Dark Matter Accelerated Cosmic Expansion

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In order to make the increase of Astronomical Unit consistent with observations of the Earth's orbital period variation, an increase of the Solar dark matter as 10–12/yr is needed. This implies that dark matter has an increase ratio, and therefore supports Dirac's multiplicative matter creation, and provides another explanation to the accelerating expansion of the universe. This is in accordance with the analysis on orbital dynamics around a mass varying central body to the phenomenon of accretion of dark matter assumed not self-annihilating-on the Sun and the major bodies of the solar system due to its motion throughout the Milky Way halo. Dark matter and dark energy, two of the most vexing problems in science today which dominate the universe, comprising some 96 percent of all mass and energy, seem to be two sides of the same coin.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2011

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