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### A Revision of the Friedmann Cosmology (Part II)

#### Abstract

In this article, the author will show that the cosmological field equations can be expressed as the square of the nodal Hubble Constant and inclusive of a 'dark energy' terms often identified with the Cosmological Constant of Einstein. Substituting the Einstein Lambda with the time differential for the square of nodal Hubble frequency as the angular acceleration acting on a quantized volume of space naturally and universally replaces the enigma of the 'dark energy' with a space inherent angular acceleration component. The field equations so can be generalized in a parametrization of the Hubble Constant assuming a cyclic form, oscillating between a minimum and maximum value. The Einstein Lambda then becomes then the energy-acceleration difference between the baryonic mass content of the universe and an inherent mass energy related to the initial condition of the oscillation parameters for the nodal Hubble Constant.