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J. C. Gimenez, “A Simple Cosmological Model with Decreasing Light Speed,” 2003, arXiv:astro-ph/0310178.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Why the Speed of Light Is Not a Constant

    AUTHORS: Paul Smeulders

    KEYWORDS: Variable Speed of Light; Expansion of Universe; Conservation of Energy and Angular Impulse Momentum;Supernovae

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vol.3 No.4, April 27, 2012

    ABSTRACT: A variable Speed of Light is supported by the fact that all direct measurements of that speed are basically flawed, because the “meter per second” is proportional to the Speed of Light. Since it is impossible to measure the Speed of Light directly, any variations of it can only be obtained in an indirect way. It will be shown that the recent Supernovae data are in very good agreement with a universe that is slowly expanding exponentially with a Speed of Light that falls over time, inversely proportionally to the expansion of the universe. It will be shown that the definition of the angular and standard impulse momentum has to be modified to get a consistent expansion of the universe. And that all clocks run inversely proportionally to the red-shift z + 1. General Relativity remains valid even with a varying Speed of Light and also Quantum Mechanics is unaffected.