@article{ijp2020816,
author={Fernandes, Jos¨¦ Lu¨ªs Pereira Rebelo},
title={The Universal Gravitational Variable},
journal={International Journal of Physics},
volume={8},
number={1},
pages={35--38},
year={2020},
url={http://pubs.sciepub.com/ijp/8/1/6},
issn={2333-4576},
abstract={Local cosmological phenomena, such as the systematic and constant Moon distancing of 3.82+-0.07 cm, per year, from the Earth, Ref. [11]¡± informed by NASA, and the systematic distancing of the 60 moons of Jupiter and 40 moons of Saturn from its planets, ¡°Ref. [14]¡±, and the constant value of the velocity of light ¡°C¡±, as well, the variation of time in the inverse square root ratio of Universal density of potential Energy at local, ¡°Ref. [1]¡±, requires a review of the local universe and the laws govern. The value of the Universal Gravitational Constant is called into question, concluding that it is variable and that its value is proportional to the expansion of the universe, that is, inversely proportional to the universal density of potential energy at the local. In the solar system, the increasing of the distance of the moons relative to their planets is only possible if G-Universal Gravitational Constant increases in the same proportion as this increase in distance, this increase at a constant value of G is proportional to the systematic and constant removal of the Moon from Earth. To understand the reason for the increase in G, we look at the Constant Velocity of Light propose by Einstein and we conclude that the increase in G is inversely proportional to the Universal Density of Potential Energy at local and is inversely proportional to the expansion of the Universe, then G is proportional to the expansion of the Universe. If G is proportional to the increase at a constant value of the gravitational radius, and proportional to the expansion of the Universe, then the Universal expansion also occurs at a constant value. (This study will be based on our Earth reference and considering it with actual characteristics, such as mass, time, speed of light, etc.)},
doi={10.12691/ijp-8-1-6}
publisher={Science and Education Publishing}
}