|Feb11-06, 09:05 AM||#1|
Increased Expansion Rate
Hope you'll allow a complete novice to sneak in for a moment or two with a couple of questions:
(1)Disregarding any preferential viewpoint, like Earth, and at any instant, is universal expansion velocity the same?
(2)In what way(s) does the recently discovered increased universal expansion rate affect the Hubble Constant value.
(3)What is the value of the above increased expansion rate?
Easy enough questions I'm sure, but the hard part is putting any answers into simple language that an idiot like me can understand
|Feb12-06, 01:57 AM||#2|
1] there is no preferential point.
2] the hubble constant is constant
3] the universe is expanding
Welcome to PF, porquat! Good questions. There are many studies that affirm what I claimed. And there are other studies that attempt to refute those claims. You have the freedom of choice to take sides.
|Feb13-06, 04:16 AM||#3|
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