**A Peculiar Cosmology from Supernovae Type 1a**

**and**

**The Derivation of G**

**by**

**Berry Cottrell Ives**

_{0}D + I

_{0}D

^{2}. The analysis was initially performed using the SCP Union1 dataset (307 SN1a), and repeated with the Union2 dataset (557 SN1a) and the Union2.1 dataset (580 SN1a). The estimated equation from Union2.1 is: v/(c-v) = 0.069789D - 0.00020310D

^{2}, with units in Gly and Gyr. In conventional units, estimated H

_{0}is 68.24 km/sec per Mpc, very close to the value 67.80 (0.77) km/sec per Mpc published in the Planck satellite CMB studies.

_{0}. G is found to vary over time with the square of the radius of the universe. The theoretically derived value for G in the present is 5.860 m

^{3}kg

^{-1}s

^{-2}, which is about 12% less than the consensus value of 6.674 m

^{3}kg

^{-1}s

^{-2}. This relative error is considered remarkable in the context of the extreme range of magnitudes and error terms of the input values.