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2018 | 98 | 127-139
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The Case for a Fourth Spatial Dimension and the Hyperspherical Force

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Here we present evidence of an extra spatial dimension and that our 3D Universe is embedded as a lightspeed expanding hyperspherical hypersurface. Support for this hypothesis comes from (a) SDSS BOSS dataset analysis showing the seeding of Galaxies on the largest scale by spherical acoustic oscillations, (b) the discovery of an Hyperspherical Force, a constraint force that exists only because of the lightspeed hyperspherical expansion. That solves the Spiral Galaxy Rotation Conundrum, (c) the parameterless predictions of all type 1a Supernovae (SN1a) distances from their redshifts z. Lightspeed hyperspherical expansion permits simple short-distance compliance with the Hubble Law.
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  • Rutgers University, Department of Mathematics, The Rutgers University of the State of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ, USA
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