What is the difference between the Hubble constant, H, used in the DSSU theory and the one used in BB theory?

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What is the difference between the Hubble constant, H, used in the DSSU theory and the one used in BB theory?

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In the DSSU theory H serves as the space expansion constant and denotes the speed with which each of the three dimensions increase in length per million lightyears (or per megaparsec) of length. Heres a visualization for the minds eye: A space cube having sides of a million lightyears will continually expand its dimensions by about 18.5km/sec. In Big Bang cosmology H serves the same purpose. However, there is an important difference. Expressed as H0, pronounced H-nought, it also denotes the rate at which the ENTIRE Big Bang universe is expanding. Both are named after Edwin Hubble the man who popularized the findings that higher redshifts relate to greater distance of galaxies.