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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...
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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
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Greetings, I read a lot. It is often repetitious. Occasionally I read an idea or way of looking at something that I...
Mar13-11 09:45 PM
ApplePion
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I don't know much about the big bang but if there was an explosion and the universe started expanding from a small...
Mar12-11 02:48 PM
marcus
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Greetings, Is space made up of individual units like pixels on a computer screen? And the amount of space in the...
Mar12-11 08:56 AM
Chalnoth
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Is it possible to define a maximally rotating black hole? Could it be: 4\alpha^2 = r_s^2 (i.e....
Mar11-11 08:41 PM
Imax
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is antimatter the same thing as dark matter? is antigravity the same thing as dark energy?
Mar11-11 01:26 PM
Chalnoth
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I wonder if someone has ever considered the following scenario: 1. "Standard" Big Rip model (phantom...
Mar11-11 05:21 AM
Dmitry67
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Now I'm using p=3H^2/8piG and I have H=70 km/s/Mpc, what is the critical density of the universe? now I'm plugging...
Mar10-11 08:35 PM
marcus
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I know that H(t) = 1/a(t) x da/dt I know that a(t) is proportional to t^2/3 and da/dt is proportional to a^-1/2...
Mar10-11 08:14 PM
BillSaltLake
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Can the speed at which galaxies separate exceed the speed of light?
Mar10-11 05:43 PM
marcus
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Can someone give a clear definition of what we mean when we say the CMb spectrum is adiabatic and what it means for...
Mar10-11 08:25 AM
LithiumHelios
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Wondering if anyone can help. Is there likely to be any difference in the gravitational properties of an event horizon...
Mar10-11 01:11 AM
stevebd1
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Greetings, #1 - If all matter energy, and space were concentrated at the big bang, and the universe has been...
Mar9-11 10:16 PM
bcrowell
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Greetings, The answer to a major question has raised another problem...then solution...then questions. Why...
Mar9-11 06:09 PM
Drakkith
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First of all I'm a physics n00b so forgive me for intruding upon you people, whom I consider to be the pinnacle of...
Mar9-11 05:59 PM
Drakkith
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Here is my understanding of how the anisotropies of the CMB are used to determine the geometry of the universe: The...
Mar9-11 07:04 AM
bapowell
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An estimate of 0.94/tPlanck for the maximum reached by the Hubble parameter was given by Ashtekar and Sloan here...
Mar9-11 05:13 AM
apeiron
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I know that the issue of cosmological redshift has been discussed in this forum before, e.g. click here, but I would...
Mar8-11 03:38 AM
mysearch
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In his theory, Stephen Hawking suggests that a black hole will give off thermal radiation. Radiation is light, so how...
Mar6-11 04:45 PM
nishko53
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How the Scaler Field collapse,...
Mar6-11 10:21 AM
Endervhar
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Our acceleration universe due to 'dark energy'. Do we have a mathematical equation to describe this? I want to know if...
Mar5-11 03:25 PM
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Mar5-11 02:44 PM
CosmicVoyager
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Martin Rees in his book Just Six Numbers says that in the early universe there 1 billion antiquarks and a billion and...
Mar5-11 08:03 AM
bobsmith76
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OK I'm still new to cosmology and this question is bugging me: if a photon is emitted toward me from a distant galaxy...
Mar4-11 02:42 PM
Chalnoth
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There is a picture on this site that I don't understand. ...
Mar3-11 08:29 PM
Chalnoth
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Now this is my first post here but I've been a reader for some time. Now I have a basic understanding of physics and...
Mar3-11 12:41 PM
Chalnoth
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Simple question hopefully. What was the initial value for the hubble parameter immediately following the big bang (or...
Mar2-11 09:06 AM
Chalnoth
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Now Iíve been trying to read up on this Shockwave cosmology model and wanted to see if I have the correct view since...
Mar1-11 11:26 PM
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Isaac Asimov, in his 1979 book A Choice of Catastrosphes: The Disasters That Threaten Our World, raised the...
Mar1-11 09:23 PM
Chronos
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would it be fair to say that Universes(??) on all scales, which consist of 'something', expand for the very simple...
Mar1-11 02:12 PM
Radrook
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I am curious about the red shift that is claimed to demonstrate that the Universe is expanding. Is there a...
Mar1-11 01:24 PM
Feeble Wonk
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Hey I'm getting very muddled with my units, and would really appreciate some clarity :-) I have angular...
Mar1-11 06:55 AM
Radiohannah
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Hi, I was just pondering the moment of the Big Bang, and have been doing some reading on the subject, in which there...
Mar1-11 03:41 AM
Skolon
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I know that Hubble observed redshift which led to the conclusion that space was expanding. But why did redshift lead...
Feb28-11 03:13 PM
matt.o
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If our sun was replaced by a pulsar, would our solar system be sucked into it because of the increased gravity? How...
Feb28-11 09:44 AM
Radrook
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If the universe is 13.7 billion years old, then how can the observable universe reach out 46 billion light years,...
Feb28-11 12:50 AM
Chalnoth
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You probably know that there is a lot of evidence supporting the big bang, like the expansion of the universe, and...
Feb27-11 08:43 AM
Dmitry67
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I need help understanding the mechanics of expanding space. If I accept that EM field lines are correspondingly...
Feb26-11 09:35 AM
Feeble Wonk
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Assuming that the whole universe is electric charge neutral, there are neutral atoms, unbound electrons (which play...
Feb26-11 06:22 AM
Accidently
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How was Einsteins understanding of the universe formed by his theory of relativity?
Feb25-11 06:42 PM
cepheid
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Hello, Firstly, i would like to say that i am by no means an educated person (as in taking specialty courses or an...
Feb24-11 05:56 AM
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