Time and the Black-hole White-hole Universe

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Outlined is a model of an expanding black-hole with a contracting white-hole twin. In dimensional terms the black-hole is expanding at the speed of light in integer Planck unit (Planck mass, Planck time, Planck length) increments transferred from the white-hole to the black-hole thereby forcing an expansion of the black-hole at the expense of the (contracting) white-hole. This outwards expansion gives a rationale for the arrow of time, the speed of light, dark energy and dark matter. Comparing related cosmic microwave background CMB parameters calculated using age in units of Planck time give a best fit for a 14.624 billion year old black-hole.
Keywords cosmic microwave background  cosmological constant  black-hole white-hole universe  Hubble constant  Stefan Boltzmann constant  Black-hole radiation density  Casimir force  dark energy  arrow of time  dark matter
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