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"LCDM Paradigm Is Consistent With All Observations"? - Not So! by Robert L. Oldershaw
Read this for example; http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/07/140721100418.htm Can we expect a strained explanation that saves the paradigm from...
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September 7th 14 12:11 PM
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solar wind by Dimis
You are interested perhaps on my documentation of the formation of solar corona and the solar wind effect on Earth...
September 6th 14 06:59 AM
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[WWW] A BOINC project for cosmology research by Robert Miles
Those of you who are interested in cosmology may want to look at (and perhaps set your computers to participate in) a BOINC project intended to help cosmology...
August 29th 14 09:32 AM
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Intriguing Cosmology Paper By GFR Ellis by Robert L. Oldershaw
http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.7243 Title: The Evolving Block Universe and the Meshing Together of Times Author George F.R. Ellis I have just started this paper...
August 15th 14 12:09 PM
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Tales of Cataloguing X -- the Optical VCV Catalogue by Eric Flesch
In this corner, your humble servant. In the other corner, the Veron-Cetty & Veron Quasar Catalog (VCV: 2010,A&A,518,10). Yes, I've been down for the count a...
August 6th 14 01:59 PM
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10,000 Fast Radio Bursts Per Day! by Robert L. Oldershaw
Apparently something we do not understand, and have not yet identified, lurks throughout the cosmos. Read all about...
July 27th 14 09:35 AM
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The Observed Universe, Our Universe, Our Big Bang. by Nicolaas Vroom
If you want to understand physics (astronomy) you have to use terminilogy independent of any human point of view. IMO Max Tegmark does not follow this idea...
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July 22nd 14 06:29 PM
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True map of the visible universe? by Jos Bergervoet
Is this picture a true map of the visible universe? http://www.atlasoftheuniverse.com/universe.html It does seem to show the Horlogium, Virgo, and...
July 19th 14 08:32 PM
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The universe of Mr Tegmark by jacob navia[_5_]
Max Tegmark "Our mathematical universe" OK, at least Mr Tegmark doesn't avoid the question: What's our universe expanding...
July 11th 14 09:50 AM
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Universal Self-Similarity of Cosmic Voids by Robert L. Oldershaw
Some interesting reading; http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.1295 . Title: Self-similarity and universality of void density profiles in simulation and SDSS data AUs;...
July 10th 14 08:49 AM
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Google Scholar citations by Phillip Helbig---undress to reply
Does anyone know any way to get a response from a human at Google Citations? Some things don't work correctly and, contrary to the documentation, edited...
July 6th 14 09:03 AM
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Facts against BB Theory by jacob navia[_5_]
Large scale structures ---------------------- From the web site "http://bigbangneverhappened.org" In the page "Dr Wright is wrong" "Galaxies are organized...
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June 30th 14 06:49 AM
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Fine Tuning? by Robert L. Oldershaw
Several fashionable speculations in cosmology, e.g., Smolin's cosmological evolution, multiverse notions and anthropic just-so stories are predicated on the...
June 28th 14 11:43 AM
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On the Benefits of Promoting Diversity of Ideas by Phillip Helbig---undress to reply
In article , "Robert L. Oldershaw" writes: Maybe it will, maybe it won't. We have no...
June 20th 14 07:23 AM
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Inflation again? by Jos Bergervoet
Inflation early in cosmology has to be based on some inflaton field. Any field with a false vacuum would suffice, since vacuum energy is simply equivalent to...
June 8th 14 09:51 AM
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two nice commentaries on BICEP2, inflation, Steinhardt, et al by Jonathan Thornburg [remove -animal to reply][_3_]
For anyone who hasn't seen them, here are two nice blog commentaries on the recent claims and counter-claims of whether galactic dust could account for the...
June 7th 14 07:53 AM
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Uh, Oh: BICEP2 Results In Jeopardy? by jacob navia[_5_]
In principle, suppose that I say: The CMB is perfectly homogeneous, and all "imperfections" whatever is discovered is the effect of a foreground object. Not...
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June 3rd 14 07:16 AM
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Uh, Oh: BICEP2 Results In Jeopardy? by Robert L. Oldershaw
On Tuesday, May 20, 2014 2:10:03 PM UTC-4, Jonathan Thornburg wrote: Solar neutrino fluxes do not show a 22-year time dependence, so we know that there is...
June 2nd 14 02:02 PM
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Cosmological Simulations: Illustris Or Illusion? by Robert L. Oldershaw
Cosmological simulations can be quite useful. They can lead to definitive predictions by which one can test our cosmological knowledge. A nice case in point...
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June 2nd 14 02:01 PM
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Peebles and Galaxy Formation by Robert L. Oldershaw
Recently the issue of how well we understand galaxy formation came up at SAR and Dr Helbig said our understanding was quite good. Here is a quotation by PJE...
June 1st 14 06:58 AM
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