A computer simulation of the gravitational field of the universe has been developed that precisely predicts the observed recession velocities of nearby and distant galaxies, even where it deviates from Hubble’s Law. It is called the COI universe model. Many other unusual cosmic observations like the Fingers of God effect, the Galactic windup dilemma, and the age of distant galaxies are also explained. No other simulation has ever predicted these things. It uses only experimentally proven physics — no dark stuff. It hangs on one radical assumption; that time started from the outside of the universe. This is for physicists and astronomers yet kept simple enough for a layman. There is even a section to challenge Bible fanatics because the centre of the universe is revealed.
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The author has Bachelor degrees with distinctions in Physics and Electrical and Electronic Engineering; a Master’s degree in Communication Systems. He has worked at Adelaide University as a Research Officer and as a Limited Term Lecturer in Engineering. However, the majority of his professional life has been in software engineering of radar and communication systems. He is currently retired.