Dark Energy & Expansionary Phase


by s4syth
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s4syth
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Jul13-04, 10:02 PM
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Do dark energy models explain anything about the expansionary phase after the Big Bang? Maybe matter wasn't formed well enough and gravity wasn't working too well, so dark energy was by a large margin, the dominant force?
Also, can anyone give me a link to a timetable of the universe's expansion phases? Thanks...
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pnjabiloafer
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Jul14-04, 02:05 PM
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i think, this might be the link your looking for, not really sure, but try it.. http://www.5clir.org/images/JS-AllEvidnc.jpg


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