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Jul23-14 11:07 PM Greg Bernhardt 
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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
To have an enjoyable cosmo forum we needed a balance between mental freedom on the one hand and a shared knowledge...
Jul25-14 06:02 PM
marcus
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The new A20 tabular calculator lets you look at changing geometry out to about 88 billion years according to the...
Jun11-14 11:00 AM
Jorrie
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Let us suppose that there is no largest space or no smallest space as it relates to the universe. If this were the...
Apr21-12 08:24 PM
Bobbywhy
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To start, lets say I took a bowling pin and passed it through a two-dimensional universe. An observer in the...
Apr21-12 03:48 AM
Dickfore
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In an isotrophic and homogeneous cosmos, why would the expansion of space be specifically be vectored outward. Should...
Apr20-12 10:49 PM
zhermes
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In the context of Friedmann's time, 1922, how did he know to make the metric scale factor, a, a function of time when...
Apr20-12 05:41 PM
Chalnoth
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If super nova is responsible for all elements on earth, including the ones that humans were made from, why aren't all...
Apr20-12 02:07 PM
lpetrich
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I seem to have read something once that suggested that gravity may be leaking into other dimensions/branes, this could...
Apr20-12 05:30 AM
tanzanos
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Ok I have very little knowledge of all this but I was thinking about the expansion of the universe and light. First...
Apr20-12 03:37 AM
GeorgeDishman
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I understand that before we knew about dark energy we thought expansion would have slowed down since the big bang but...
Apr19-12 03:48 PM
Drakkith
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I understand the resolution to the typical statement of Olber's paradox, that is, that with a finite horizon distance...
Apr19-12 05:42 AM
Chalnoth
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Hi all, I have a bit of a variation of a question I asked some time ago. Webb et al. continue to publish...
Apr18-12 11:59 PM
rbj
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Was cosmic inflation partly driven by the quantum degeneracy pressure of the quarks and electrons? Just after the...
Apr18-12 02:15 PM
Mark M
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How does the BB theory allow for the creation of matter. Bt this I mean the sub atomic particles that make up atoms...
Apr17-12 01:47 PM
Mark M
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Can the star positions be predicted with any degree of accuracy? If so are there any variables that woukld dramaticaly...
Apr17-12 06:06 AM
Chalnoth
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H3+ The original mothercloud was mostly H2 and He. It didn't have molecular species containing C, N, and O that are...
Apr17-12 01:15 AM
marcus
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One of the major concerns in any Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) anisotropy analysis is to determine which fraction...
Apr16-12 07:38 PM
Tanelorn
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Hi folks, In a followup to another thread about the recent controversial results by Webb et al. suggesting that the...
Apr16-12 05:35 PM
asimov42
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Does the light stop and turn back or does it interact with the surface and make a u turn.
Apr16-12 02:57 PM
StevenJParkes
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hi guys, i've read a few articles that say that einstein's general relativity paved the way for the big bang theory....
Apr16-12 06:46 AM
Fredrik
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We always get to know that there could be other 'multiverses' with completely different physical constants, but I'm...
Apr16-12 04:23 AM
Aidyan
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Last week I read this article in Science Daily about BOSS and its recent most accurate measurements of the universe to...
Apr16-12 03:50 AM
TrickyDicky
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I was delight to learn that there was an event about 1 μs after the Big Bang when neutrinos decoupled, making them in...
Apr15-12 05:48 AM
mfb
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Well, First there arose a interesting question of how entropy increases when particles due to gravitation form huge...
Apr14-12 12:30 PM
Chronos
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It's always been my understanding that given the existence of BH singularities and the initial BB singularity our...
Apr13-12 05:26 PM
TrickyDicky
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I'm aware I'm raising a topic which must have been discussed several times, but I couldn't find anything specific to...
Apr13-12 01:59 PM
Mark M
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I realize that because of gravity and the relatively high density of our place in the universe compared to the voids,...
Apr13-12 01:53 PM
JamesOrland
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A highly magnified candidate for a young galaxy seen when the Universe was 500 Myrs old...
Apr13-12 02:29 AM
Chronos
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I have a question about the formation of black holes. Correct me if I am wrong but as I understand it, if you have a...
Apr12-12 09:36 AM
Routaran
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Hi, I am interested to hear what people think of the following argument that in an accelerating Universe virtual...
Apr12-12 06:24 AM
Chalnoth
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Could anybody explain what "power spectrum" in cosmology means. I am trying to understand the WMAP power spectrum...
Apr11-12 11:56 AM
Tanelorn
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I am working on an introduction to cosmology, I have began by the newtoniant one (the Hubble law, the Friedmann, fluid...
Apr11-12 07:21 AM
Drakkith
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Was just learning red shift for my A level final exam and thought about this: Okay so I have a galaxy with a fixed...
Apr11-12 02:44 AM
davidmroper
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I posted these on Reddit but some questions weren't answered so I was wondering if people here could help: First...
Apr10-12 04:10 PM
Mark M
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For something to expand, It must have tangible boundaries that are growing. The ever expanding universe, thus must...
Apr9-12 07:15 PM
Mark M
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I have always been puzzled by how we see an object from the past and can tell what it is doing now if it is billions...
Apr9-12 06:29 AM
kinman
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Subject: Does the Universe have a Boundary ? Since nothing can exist outside of the Universe, how then can the...
Apr9-12 03:03 AM
dotapin
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Why is not gravity relative like the space-time continuum, since it operates on and is modifying it? Why is gravity...
Apr8-12 10:46 PM
Nabeshin
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There must be a center or someplace close to the center of the universe. The actual universe can be contained in a...
Apr8-12 04:45 PM
Drakkith
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Assume that we have a particle i at rest according to co-moving coordinates. Then the total energy of the particle...
Apr8-12 08:48 AM
DrStupid
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As far as I am aware the current theory (most popular) for the creation of the universe was that it arose from a...
Apr8-12 03:13 AM
Physgeek123
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I imagine it must....Could we have dark anti-matter in our universe that doesn't interact with ordinary matter? Would...
Apr7-12 06:38 PM
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