• Today, 04:26 AM
An event horizon is has a size related to the speed of light c but is not caused by light itself. An event horizon is caused by the mass and energy...
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• Today, 01:27 AM
Unfortunately, your rather vague story about what "energy" does is not science. Actual energy needs something to carry it. You have a vague story...
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• Today, 01:05 AM
You are confusing physical space with its vacuum with a mathematical space which has nothing in it except mathematical objects. A mathematical...
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• 2019-Dec-05, 11:43 PM
The answer is no because that is not GR, Rinaldo! This is General relativity. Your errors. Vacuum had a definition before SR or GR existed. GR...
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• 2019-Dec-05, 08:15 PM
The "A bigger problem is that even a narrative needs use scientific definitions correctly" point remains a problem for your narrative. Read the...
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• 2019-Dec-04, 11:54 PM
Gravitational redshift is a textbook derivation from GR. The speculative concept of negative mass suggests that the same textbook derivation can be...
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• 2019-Dec-04, 11:38 PM
Hi soggy and welcome to the forum. A problem with presenting a theory as a narrative is that you have to be quite precise with your language. For...
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• 2019-Dec-04, 12:46 AM
They are 2 different things. Redshift is a measured shift in spectra. Gravity is a force. Redshift is caused by the motion of the source (SR),...
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• 2019-Nov-29, 03:31 AM
The shell theorem is about a continuous shell, not a discontinuous cuboctahedron, and so cannot be applied. You would have to calculate the electric...
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• 2019-Nov-28, 02:15 AM
Into the presentation itself. 1. THE PROBLEM AND THE OBSERVATIONSWHICH GIVE RISE TO IT "The problem of apparent optical associations of galaxies...
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• 2019-Nov-28, 01:22 AM
This is a presentation to be published in the proceedings of the conference "Crisis in Cosmology I", 23 to 25 June 2005. That is a couple of problems...
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• 2019-Nov-28, 12:38 AM
This is the strong nuclear force We need the strong force to have atomic nuclei and thus atoms! Positive charges repel. Almost as soon as positive...
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• 2019-Nov-24, 11:27 PM
The answer is that someone who displays a deep level of ignorance about abiogenesis should not write about abiogenesis! At least we hope it is...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 03:05 AM
That is irrelevant. All cosmologies about this universe (ATM or not) do not need an edge because an edge is useless. Frequently Asked Questions in...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 02:57 AM
This is the Hubble constant which is not one over the age of the universe. The age of the universe can be estimated from measuring the Hubble...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 02:40 AM
This is a common misconception, Copernicus - there is no edge to the universe in cosmology. The universe is not literally a balloon as in the balloon...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 02:27 AM
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• 2019-Nov-22, 02:26 AM
Repeating an error about mainstream cosmology is still not an answer to IF07: What is the mainstream size of the universe, Copernicus? Or what is...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 02:16 AM
More unsupported stories about the Hubble constant. I will not waste any more time trying to explain a clearly stated question. IF09: Please quote...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 02:10 AM
You are right - "I don't see why my universe would not have a CMB" is that you cannot think why your universe would not have a CMB. But as I wrote,...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 01:47 AM
Isotropic and homogeneous have meaning in cosmology. So a post unrelated to cosmology or my That is wrong, Copernicus. A closed universe can still be...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 01:46 AM
This is basically impossible, Copernicus. This universe has stars. Stars use fusion to convert hydrogen into heavier elements. An infinitely old...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 01:20 AM
Because the CMB is evidence that the universe was once in a hot dense state and expanded. The CMB debunks your ATM idea. If you cannot get a CMB out...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 01:13 AM
A mass story that is irrelevant to my post followed not really reading what I wrote by going on about the Hubble constant. One last time: Hubble's...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 12:58 AM
A post about what you think the age of the universe to be. My question remains IF07: What is the mainstream size of the universe, Copernicus? Or what...
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• 2019-Nov-22, 12:55 AM
That is wrong, Copernicus. A closed universe can still be homogenous and isotropic (the cosmological principle). remains correct for the simple...
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• 2019-Nov-21, 03:36 PM
I think "Abelian" is just easier for some people to say than "commutative".
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• 2019-Nov-21, 06:06 AM
In old machine code, there was a situation that didn't differentiate between the binary that represented code and the binary that represented...
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• 2019-Nov-20, 02:01 AM
The Higgs field is pivotal in generating the masses of quarks and charged leptons (through Yukawa coupling) and the W and Z gauge bosons (through the...
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• 2019-Nov-20, 12:59 AM
That is wrong, Copernicus. A closed universe can still be homogenous and isotropic (the cosmological principle). As I said before, in cosmology...
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