See

pdf I uploaded to Library Resources Cosmology today 9-6-2011

"To summarize, in this article we have used the formalism of electrodynamics

in curved

spacetime to generalized

Sciama’s law of inertial induction to a curved

spacetime represented by the

Friedmann models, and obtained covariant expressions

for the inertial force on a accelerating particle in these models. This extends previous

work by Berry and later by Signore on the subject of inertia in

Friedmann universes.

As in Berry’s case we have showed that the total inertial force F =

−ma on an

accelerating particle cannot be explained only in terms of inertial induction from

the total matter and radiation in the current universe. We have also seen from

(38) that the inertial force is

redshift dependent and increases for earlier times

until it reaches the asymptotic value of −(1/3)ma in the matter dominated case or

−(1/2)ma in the radiation dominated case."

now they only do the past particle horizon and neglect the future event horizon.

It's curious that the past-particle horizon gives 0.23 same as Omega dark matter

F = [Omega(past particle horizon) + Omega(future event horizon) + Omega(real particles)]ma

= [.23 + .73 + .04]ma present epoch

in general this is time independent because

http://www-conf.slac.stanford.edu/ssi/2005/lec_notes/kolb1/kolb1new_Page_21_jpg.htm