The "loss of time"
To the astonishment of scientists the universe has accelerated in its expansion. Once thought that Gravity will bring the Universe back to a Big Crunch is now thought of as a probable impossibility.
As time goes on we are experience a "loss of time". Hmmm.... this may be due to the busy lives that we have now. Of course now we have more to do as compared to the "Industrial Age". But is this true or that we are experiencing the diminishing of time as time losses itself to lesser and lesser strength.
Gravitational Force as we described it as follows:
Universal Law of Gravitation by Sir Issac Newton states that
"any particle of matter in the universe attracts any other with a force varying directly as the product of the masses and inversely as the square of the distance between them. In symbols, the magnitude of the attractive force F is equal to G (the gravitational constant, a number the size of which depends on the system of units used and which is a universal constant) multiplied by the product of the masses (m1 and m2) and divided by the square of the distance R:
F = G(m1m2)/R2.
We can say that as galaxies move further away the attractive force becomes week therefore causing "loss of time".