• 2019-Feb-11, 12:16 AM
Thank you. I'll try to work with that.
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• 2019-Feb-10, 01:50 AM
Hello, I think I have found the elements of the answer to my question here on page 5 : ...
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• 2019-Feb-09, 07:06 PM
Thank you but I know already that ;). What I need are the numeric values as an example or the calculation formulas. (I already know the formula to...
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• 2019-Feb-09, 05:36 PM
to be even more precise, I would like to have values (or how to calculate the values) of \Omega_b (ordinary matter = baryonic) and \Omega_{\Lambda}...
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• 2019-Feb-08, 09:36 PM
Thanks, but I didn't find what I was looking for. In other words, to move forward a little : - is the ratio \Omega_b/ \Omega_M constant in the...
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• 2019-Feb-02, 05:09 AM
Hello, In the \Lambda CDM model, I have a doubt. Is this true for long duration from now : \rho_{c_i}=\frac{3H_i^2}{8\pi G} \text{ } kg/m^3 ...
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• 2019-Feb-01, 03:15 AM
Hum. This seems too simple : I reverse matter density and density of the cosmological constant in the equation of the static universe of Einstein....
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• 2019-Feb-01, 01:03 AM
Hello Shaula I think I finally found one. I have it with the numerical values, I still have to finalize the formulas, check the dimensional...
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• 2019-Jan-30, 08:05 PM
There is others ways to calculāte them with G, c and hbar except than if you want Fp, r must be equal to lp the Planck lenght doesn't...
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• 2019-Jan-30, 04:27 AM
It doesn't matter, I have already verify :
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• 2019-Jan-30, 04:03 AM
I'don't understand what is "FYI" (I'm french, what does it means please ? what is rp ?
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• 2019-Jan-30, 03:55 AM
It isn't important, the relation is true. The English Force Planck mentions the GR...
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• 2019-Jan-30, 03:12 AM
read the link please, you will see why Fp is special in comology : here however you begin with 2 mass and didn't answer my question...
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• 2019-Jan-30, 12:20 AM
This is just a shortcut of language from me edit: explain how you calculate a force with only one mass please ? edit3 :without object,...
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• 2019-Jan-29, 11:48 PM
I abdicate, I have already explained several times (especially in the message #1) the why of Mb/2. One last time: to make the parallel with the...
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• 2019-Jan-29, 11:27 PM
to say that it is a physical error implied that I propose a theory which underlies these calculations, but I do not have any: it remains to be defined
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• 2019-Jan-29, 11:20 PM
Mb / 2 is used in messages #1 and #2, with the same logic. It can be removed from message #2 with the acceleration formula. If it's a lie, explain...
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• 2019-Jan-29, 09:20 PM
you can see here why divide Mb by 2 is needed again… when Mb disappears…
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• 2019-Jan-29, 01:36 AM
the difference with estimates based on actual physics is a spread of 0.29% for the mass of ordinary matter Edit : I thought I had do that...
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• 2019-Jan-29, 01:33 AM
with my equation I have 1.456*10^53 kg instead of 1.459*10^53 kg for Planck 2018 do Volume 4×10^80 m^3 * Density (of total energy) 9.9×10−27...
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• 2019-Jan-29, 01:17 AM
it depends on the cosmological parameters measured such as H0, \Omega_{ \Lambda}, \Omega_M, \Omega_b. according to the values of this abstract...
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• 2019-Jan-28, 10:44 PM
it's not exactly the same link : mine points to a section of the page
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• 2019-Jan-28, 10:06 PM
In cosmology, "baryonic matter" is synonymous with "ordinary matter". So it's the same mass edit : ok I have find it on the right. I think...
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• 2019-Jan-28, 08:58 PM
Hi Reality Check there is sometimes mistakes on wikipedia : (where exactly do you find value in 10^51kg please ?) look here to the good value...
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• 2019-Jan-28, 02:53 AM
in classical mechanics you have an acceleration due from the mass.
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• 2019-Jan-28, 02:50 AM
One can, perhaps make it acceptable with the analogy of the mass of a galaxy deforming a tissue of space. You need another galaxy, so another mass,...
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• 2019-Jan-28, 01:56 AM
I refered this baryon, a easier definiton for me I am almost sure that I make a misunderstanding on this name of "unity".what it is the name for...
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• 2019-Jan-28, 01:36 AM
reread #2. I talk about "density surface". you can cut with a force (by add the mass in the equalities) then with the area
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• 2019-Jan-28, 01:30 AM
perfect we are okay on one point
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