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3, where the vertical arrows A and B indicates the moment of the passage of the CMBR apex (according to COBE) for the horizon.
3) where the culmination of the CMBR apex on the horizon is between a depression and a peak of the [DELTA]c/c.
Gurzadyan [34, 35] of a similar study on anisotropy of the one way velocity of light relative to the dipole of the CMBR based on the Compton edge of laser photons scattered in electron beam at GRAAL ESRF (Grenoble) accelerator, where a similar behavior in the time series was obtained (see Fig.
It appears that our cosmology with an expanding luminous world is consistent with the radiation energy density inferred from the CMBR.
To implement the Planck scale successfully in cosmology, to develop a unified model of cosmology and to obtain the value of present Hubble's constant (without considering the cosmic red shifts), starting from the Planck scale it is assumed that at any time t: (1) The universe can be treated as a rotating and growing black hole; (2) With increasing mass and decreasing angular velocity universe always rotates with speed of light; (3A) Without cosmic rotation there is no "cosmic temperature"; (3B) Cosmic temperature follows Hawking black hole temperature formula where mass is equal to the geometric mean of Planck mass MP and cosmic mass Mt; (4) Rate of decrease in CMBR temperature is a measure of cosmic rate of expansion.
CMBR temperature demands the existence of "cosmic rotation".
Figure 1 of this work [35], a presentation of the CMBR residuals, is reproduced as Figure 11.
The CMBR spectrum: new upper limits for the distortion parameters y and p.
Sunyaev and Zel'dovich predicted that hot electron gas in clusters scatters the CMBR, creating spectral distortions.
It is interesting to note here that the spectrum produced by anisotropic frequencies yields number of peaks more than 1 (multiple-peaks), albeit this is not near yet to CMBR spectrum depicted in Fig.
While we don't obtain numerical result here, it can be expected that this generalisation to anisotropic quaternion harmonic potential could yield better prediction, which perhaps may yield to exact CMBR spectrum.