Twenty-first Century Physics has reached a "pivotal point" calling for a "Paradigmatic Shift" from the Old "Material- Causal" Paradigm underlying Relativity Theory (RT) and Quantum Mechanics (QM) to the New "A-Causal Computation" (ACC) Paradigm of the "Computational Unified Field Theory" (CUFT), which was shown capable of resolving the theoretical inconsistency between RT & QM and discard "darkmatter" and "dark-energy" as "superfluous" (non-existent)! In order to satisfy Kuhn's well known criteria for such a 'Paradigmatic Shift' it is necessary to empirically validate at least one unique "critical prediction" of the CUFT which differentiates it from the predictions of both RT and QM: Initial empirical validation was given through the findings of the "Proton-Radius Puzzle" and two additional direct "critical-predictions" of the CUFT are outlined and called for empirical validation. Based on the New ACC Paradigm's discovered singular higher-ordered Universal Computational/Consciousness Principle's (UCP) "Collective Human Consciousness Focus" (CHCF) postulate a unique prediction regarding the "Collective Human Consciousness Focus Non-Continuous Universal Expansion Rate Hypothesis" (CHCF-NCUERH) at the Jewish "Rosh-Hashanna" (New Year) is called for. This new CHCF-NCUERH 'critical-prediction' also offers a possible resolution of the 'Universe's Accelerated Expansion Rate Enigma'. The far reaching theoretical implications which would ensue from an empirical validation of one of the CUFT's "critical predictions" is discussed which includes: a challenging of the 'Big-Bang' Model, negation of "dark-matter" and "darkenergy", revision of RT's and QM's basic "Material-Causal" assumption, full integration of the four basic physical features of 'space', 'energy', 'mass' and 'time' etc.

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PH.D., Dr. Jehonathan Bentwich,. Astronomical Validation of the Computational Unified Field Theory (CUFT) Critical Prediction & Resolution of Universes Accelerated Expansion Rate Enigma (UAERE). Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, [S.l.], aug. 2019. ISSN 2249-4626. Available at: <https://journalofscience.org/index.php/GJSFR/article/view/2516>. Date accessed: 20 feb. 2020.