(Text as at 18/12/2010 19:58:05)

This is the main Note that draws together my thoughts on Carmelian Relativity, as exemplified in the following Books or collections of Papers:-

- "Carmeli (Moshe), Hartnett (John G.), Etc - Scientific Papers of Moshe Carmeli, John Hartnett & Others",
- "Carmeli (Moshe) - Cosmological Relativity: The Special and General Theories for the Structure of the Universe", and
- "Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics: How we can see starlight in our young universe".

- Cosmological Constant
^{1} - Omega
^{2} - Hubble Time
^{3} - Boomerang Experiment
^{4} - Cosmic Radiation Temperature
^{5} - Tully-Fisher Law
^{6} - Dark Matter
^{7} - Dark Energy
^{8} - Cosmic Time
^{9} - Cosmic Acceleration
^{10} - Radioactive Decay Rates
^{11} - FRW Models
^{12} - The First 6 Days
^{13} - White Hole Universe
^{14} - Migrom's MOND Theory
^{15} - Gravitational Waves
^{16}

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Author |
Title |
Medium |
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Behar (Silvia) & Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmic Temperature Decline in the Course of the Evolution of the Universe | Paper | ||

Behar (Silvia) & Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Relativity: A New Theory of Cosmology | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Accelerating Universe, Cosmological Constant and Dark Energy | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Accelerating Universe: Theory versus Experiment | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Aspects of Cosmological Relativity | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Basic Approach to the Problem of Cosmological Constant and Dark Energy | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Relativity: Determining the Universe by the Cosmological Redshift | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Relativity: The Special and General Theories for the Structure of the Universe | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Theories of Special and General Relativity - I | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Theories of Special and General Relativity - II | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Five-Dimensional Brane World Theory | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Five-Dimensional Cosmological Theory of Unified Space, Time and Velocity | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Fundamental Approach to the Cosmological Constant Issue | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Is Galaxy Dark Matter a Property of Spacetime? | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Lengths of the First Days of the Universe | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | The First Six Days of the Universe | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | The Line Elements in the Hubble Expansion | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) | Velocity, Acceleration and Cosmic Distances in Cosmological Special Relativity | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) & Behar (Silvia) | Cosmological Relativity: A General-Relativistic Theory for the Accelerating Expanding Universe | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) & Behar (Silvia) | Derivation of the Tully-Fisher Law from General Relativity Theory: Doubts about the Existence of Halo Dark Matter | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) & Kuzmenko (Tanya) | Value of the Cosmological Constant in the Cosmological Relativity Theory | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) & Kuzmenko (Tanya) | Value of the Cosmological Constant: Theory versus Experiment | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) & Malin (Shimon) | An Amended Formula for the Decay of Radioactive Material for Cosmic Times | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe) & Malin (Shimon) | SL(2,C) Gauge Theory of Gravitation and the Quantization of the Gravitational Field | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe), Hartnett (John G.) & Oliveira (Firmin J.) | On the anomalous acceleration of Pioneer spacecraft | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe), Hartnett (John G.) & Oliveira (Firmin J.) | The Cosmic Time in Terms of the Redshift | Paper | ||

Carmeli (Moshe), Hartnett (John G.), Etc | Scientific Papers of Moshe Carmeli, John Hartnett & Others | Book | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | A finite bounded universe with a unique centre | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Carmeli's accelerating universe is spatially flat without dark matter | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | 'Dark' matter - today's 'fudge factor' | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Einstein and beyond | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Extending the redshift-distance relation in Cosmological General Relativity to higher redshifts | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Finite bounded expanding white hole universe without dark matter | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Light-travel-time problem solved | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Our galaxy - at the centre of the action | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Spheroidal and elliptical galaxy radial velocity dispersion determined from Cosmological General Relativity | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Spiral galaxy rotation curves determined from Carmelian general relativity | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Spiral galaxy rotation curves explained without 'dark' matter | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Starlight and time | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Stretched out the heavens | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | The Carmeli metric correctly describes spiral galaxy rotation curves | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | The distance modulus determined from Carmeli's cosmology fits the accelerating universe data of the high-redshift type Ia supernovae without dark matter | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | The Galaxy at the centre of concentric spherical shells of galaxies | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | The large scale structure of the universe does not need 'dark' matter or 'dark' energy | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | The large scale structure of the universe tested against high redshift supernova measurements | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) | Why we see starlight in a 'young' universe | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) & Oliveira (Firmin J.) | Testing Cosmological General Relativity against high redshift observations | Paper | ||

Hartnett (John G.) & Tobar (Michael E.) | Properties of Gravitational Waves in Cosmological General Relativity | Paper | ||

Martin (John) | Review of Hartnett - 'Starlight, Time and the New Physics'' | Paper |

Author |
Title |
Medium |
Source |
Read? |

Alexander (Denis) | Science and Christian Belief 22.1 (April 2010) | Book - Referencing (via Paper Referencing) | Bibliographical details to be supplied | 45% |

Behar (Silvia) & Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmic Temperature Decline in the Course of the Evolution of the Universe | Paper - Referencing | arXiv:astro-ph/0111163v1 8 Nov 2001; Appendix C, pages 185 - 188, in: M. Carmeli, "Cosmological Special Relativity: The Large-Scale Structure of Space, Time and Velocity," Second Edition? | 33% |

Behar (Silvia) & Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Relativity: A New Theory of Cosmology | Paper - Referencing | Int.J.Theor.Phys. 39 (2000) 1375-1396 | 17% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Accelerating Universe, Cosmological Constant and Dark Energy | Paper - Referencing | Paper, 2001 | 11% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Accelerating Universe: Theory versus Experiment | Paper - Referencing | Paper, 2002 | 22% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Aspects of Cosmological Relativity | Paper - Referencing | Invited talk at the Fourth Alexander Friedmann Seminar on Gravitation and Cosmology; accepted for publication in Intern. J. Theor. Phys., to appear July 1999 | 25% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Basic Approach to the Problem of Cosmological Constant and Dark Energy | Paper - Referencing | Appendix A, pages 115 - 144, in: M. Carmeli, "Cosmological Special Relativity: The Large-Scale Structure of Space, Time and Velocity," Second Edition | 11% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Relativity: Determining the Universe by the Cosmological Redshift | Paper - Referencing | International Journal of Theoretical Physics 40 (1871-74) 2001 | 17% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Relativity: The Special and General Theories for the Structure of the Universe | Book - Cited | Carmeli (Moshe) - Cosmological Relativity: The Special and General Theories for the Structure of the Universe | 1% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Relativity: The Special and General Theories for the Structure of the Universe | Paper - Referencing | Carmeli (Moshe) - Cosmological Relativity: The Special and General Theories for the Structure of the Universe | 1% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Theories of Special and General Relativity - I | Paper - Referencing | Proceedings of "Frontiers of Fundamental Physics 6", Udine, Italy, September 26 - 29, 2004 | 22% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Cosmological Theories of Special and General Relativity - II | Paper - Referencing | Proceedings of "Frontiers of Fundamental Physics 6", Udine, Italy, September 26 - 29, 2004 | 22% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Five-Dimensional Brane World Theory | Paper - Referencing | Appendix B, pages 145 -183, in: M. Carmeli, "Cosmological Special Relativity: The Large-Scale Structure of Space, Time and Velocity," 2nd Edition | 12% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Five-Dimensional Cosmological Theory of Unified Space, Time and Velocity | Paper - Referencing | Presented at Dark Matter 2002 | No |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Fundamental Approach to the Cosmological Constant Issue | Paper - Referencing | Int.J.Mod.Phys. A17 (2002) 4219-4228 | 17% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Is Galaxy Dark Matter a Property of Spacetime? | Paper - Referencing | Int.J.Theor.Phys. 37 (1998) 2621-2625 | 17% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Lengths of the First Days of the Universe | Paper - Referencing | Astrophysical Ages and Time Scales, T.von Hippel, C.Simpson and N.Manset, Eds. (Proc. conf. Hawaii, 5-9 February 2001) p.628 (Vol.245, Astrom. Soc. Pacific, 2001) | No |

Carmeli (Moshe) | The First Six Days of the Universe | Paper - Referencing | arXiv:astro-ph/0008040v1 2 Aug 2000 | 33% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | The Line Elements in the Hubble Expansion | Paper - Referencing | Lecture, 2002 | 13% |

Carmeli (Moshe) | Velocity, Acceleration and Cosmic Distances in Cosmological Special Relativity | Paper - Referencing | Chapter 8, pages 99 - 107, in: M. Carmeli, "Cosmological Special Relativity: The Large-Scale Structure of Space, Time and Velocity," 2nd Edition | 11% |

Carmeli (Moshe) & Behar (Silvia) | Cosmological Relativity: A General-Relativistic Theory for the Accelerating Expanding Universe | Paper - Referencing | Inter. J. Theor. Phys., 39 (2000) 1375 | 17% |

Carmeli (Moshe) & Behar (Silvia) | Derivation of the Tully-Fisher Law from General Relativity Theory: Doubts about the Existence of Halo Dark Matter | Paper - Referencing | Int.J.Theor.Phys. 39 (2000) 1397-1404 | 8% |

Carmeli (Moshe) & Kuzmenko (Tanya) | Value of the Cosmological Constant in the Cosmological Relativity Theory | Paper - Referencing | International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Volume 41, No.1, 131 - 135, January 2002 | 17% |

Carmeli (Moshe) & Kuzmenko (Tanya) | Value of the Cosmological Constant: Theory versus Experiment | Paper - Referencing | 2001, To appear in the Proceedings of the 20th Texas Simposium | No |

Carmeli (Moshe) & Malin (Shimon) | An Amended Formula for the Decay of Radioactive Material for Cosmic Times | Paper - Referencing | Int.J.Theor.Phys. 38 (1999) 2009 | 17% |

Carmeli (Moshe) & Malin (Shimon) | SL(2,C) Gauge Theory of Gravitation and the Quantization of the Gravitational Field | Paper - Referencing | Intern. j. Theor. Phys. Vol. 37, No. 10, pp.2615-2620 (1998) | 11% |

Carmeli (Moshe), Hartnett (John G.) & Oliveira (Firmin J.) | On the anomalous acceleration of Pioneer spacecraft | Paper - Referencing | Int.J.Theor.Phys. 45 (2006) 1074-1078 | No |

Carmeli (Moshe), Hartnett (John G.) & Oliveira (Firmin J.) | The Cosmic Time in Terms of the Redshift | Paper - Referencing | Found.Phys.Lett. 19 (2006) 277-283 | 17% |

Carmeli (Moshe), Hartnett (John G.), Etc | Scientific Papers of Moshe Carmeli, John Hartnett & Others | Book - Cited | Carmeli (Moshe), Hartnett (John G.), Etc - Scientific Papers of Moshe Carmeli, John Hartnett & Others | No |

Hartnett (John G.) | A finite bounded universe with a unique centre | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Technical Appendices | 33% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Carmeli's accelerating universe is spatially flat without dark matter | Paper - Referencing | Int.J.Theor.Phys. 44 (2005) 495-502 | 17% |

Hartnett (John G.) | 'Dark' matter - today's 'fudge factor' | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Chapter 3 | 67% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Einstein and beyond | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Chapter 4 | 60% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Extending the redshift-distance relation in Cosmological General Relativity to higher redshifts | Paper - Referencing | Foundations of Physics, Volume 38, Number 3 / March, 2008 | 17% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Finite bounded expanding white hole universe without dark matter | Paper - Referencing | arXiv:astro-ph/0508367v4, February 5, 2008 | 11% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Light-travel-time problem solved | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Technical Appendices | 33% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Our galaxy - at the centre of the action | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Chapter 5 | 60% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Spheroidal and elliptical galaxy radial velocity dispersion determined from Cosmological General Relativity | Paper - Referencing | Int. J. Theor. Phys. 47(5): 1252-1260, 2008 | 11% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Spiral galaxy rotation curves determined from Carmelian general relativity | Paper - Referencing | Int.J.Theor.Phys. 45 (2006) 2118-2136 | 11% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Spiral galaxy rotation curves explained without 'dark' matter | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Technical Appendices | 14% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Starlight and time | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Chapter 2 | 60% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Starlight, Time and the New Physics: Introduction | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Chapter 1 | 33% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Stretched out the heavens | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Chapter 6 | 60% |

Hartnett (John G.) | The Carmeli metric correctly describes spiral galaxy rotation curves | Paper - Referencing | Int. J. Theor. Phys. 44(3) March 2005, pp.359-372 | 17% |

Hartnett (John G.) | The distance modulus determined from Carmeli's cosmology fits the accelerating universe data of the high-redshift type Ia supernovae without dark matter | Paper - Referencing | Found.Phys. 36 (2006) 839-861 | 5% |

Hartnett (John G.) | The Galaxy at the centre of concentric spherical shells of galaxies | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Technical Appendices | 11% |

Hartnett (John G.) | The large scale structure of the universe does not need 'dark' matter or 'dark' energy | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Technical Appendices | 17% |

Hartnett (John G.) | The large scale structure of the universe tested against high redshift supernova measurements | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Technical Appendices | 11% |

Hartnett (John G.) | Why we see starlight in a 'young' universe | Paper - Referencing | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics, Chapter 7 | 50% |

Hartnett (John G.) & Oliveira (Firmin J.) | Testing Cosmological General Relativity against high redshift observations | Paper - Referencing | Found.Phys.Lett.19:519-535,2006 | 11% |

Hartnett (John G.) & Tobar (Michael E.) | Properties of Gravitational Waves in Cosmological General Relativity | Paper - Referencing | International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 45, No. 11, November 2006 | 22% |

Hartnett (John) | Starlight, Time and the New Physics: How we can see starlight in our young universe | Book - Cited | Hartnett (John) - Starlight, Time and the New Physics: How we can see starlight in our young universe | Yes |

Martin (John) | Review of Hartnett - 'Starlight, Time and the New Physics'' | Paper - Referencing | Alexander (Denis) - Science and Christian Belief 22.1 (April 2010), pp. 104-105 | No |

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