
#145
Jul1108, 01:17 PM

P: 62

I have always been told the universe is expanding faster than C. Isn't the expanding space rather than moving galaxies thing just to satisfy the hypothesis that mass cannot move faster than C?




#146
Jul1108, 01:29 PM

P: 267

Yes.
If the universe wasn't expanding at or faster than c, wouldn't we be able to the edge of the universe? 



#147
Jul1108, 02:55 PM

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#148
Jul1108, 04:39 PM

P: 267

I thought I'd add this, to me, the most intriguing thing about the universe is that you can look up into the sky and know that there lies only one solution.




#149
Jul1208, 04:00 AM

PF Gold
P: 513

Kev, thanks for your response, I appreciate the clarifications on the dark matter issues. I am not really questioning the data, but wanted to see where people are currently defining the ‘limits of inference’.
Anyway, I shall now do some more reading based on all the information supplied. Thanks for the help. 



#150
Jul1208, 09:48 AM

P: 3,967

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%B6...eness_theorems 



#151
Jul1208, 11:01 AM

P: 267

Do you really think there isn't a single solution? I don't think it will ever be complete, or consistent as far as human knowledge goes, but I think there does lie a single solution. That very fact is what intrigues me.




#152
Jul1308, 07:03 AM

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