The fact that the age of the universe \(\simeq 1/H_0 \) suggests that cosmological dynamics must incorporate some form of negative feedback. Couple this with the Holochronous Principle, whereby the universe retains the gravitational histories of all the matter it contains, and the fact that this gravitational imprint propagates at the speed of light, and you have all the ingredients required for a digital filter system.
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[I have temporarily taken down this post pending the publication of my paper on the Holochronous Universe. It contained too many clues about the underlying treatment of spacetime, which might have resulted in plagiarism by less than scrupulous authors.]
Something of a Holy Shit! moment when I got around to plotting the output from the Holochronous Universe galaxy collapse model. It is an exact fit with the rotation curve for NGC 4984 (with the appropriate choice of input parameters).
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