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Synonyms for cosmological

pertaining to the branch of astronomy dealing with the origin and history and structure and dynamics of the universe

pertaining to the branch of philosophy dealing with the elements and laws and especially the characteristics of the universe such as space and time and causality

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The simplest resolution is to put the cosmological constant back into Einstein's equation.
edu/2018/02/01/distant-galaxy-group-contradicts-common-cosmological-models-simulations/) another statement : "The significance of this finding is that it calls into question the validity of certain cosmological models and simulations as explanations for the distribution of host and satellite galaxies in the universe.
1) Hydrodynamic cosmological simulations--smoothed-particle hydrodynamics (SPH) which works by dividing the fluid into particles, which are in fact a set of discrete elements [9].
The Einstein field equation (15) are the same for spacetime given in equation (10) in which the cosmological constant (Eq.
This article is organized as follows: in the second section, we introduce the basic equations and the cosmological evolution that arises from this model is analized.
The second chapter as a propaedeutic to Van Riel's cosmological argument investigates how the moral purification of the gods takes place throughout Plato's theology by emphasizing the goodness of the gods as the safeguard for order in the universe, "The order of the world is the expression of a goodness that sets forth in the moral conduct of gods and human beings.
A variant of the lambda-cdm model would be to remove the cosmological constant for the vacuum energy density ([[OMEGA].
The boundary drawn between the cosmological and teleological arguments is "a somewhat arbitrary and hazy" according to W.
LOS ANGELES (CyHAN)- This cosmological simulation follows the development of a single disk galaxy over about 13.
These chapters provide the reader with a context within which the archaeology of religion is viewed, as a vital framework for understanding what modern social scientists view as religious and cosmological world views.
His theories pointed to an expanding universe, but Einstein himself refused to believe it; to keep the universe static in his model, he concocted the cosmological constant, a force that counteracts gravity.
He argues that combining cosmological relativity with Einstein's relativity provides new answers that have not been known before.
The cosmological constant conventionally denoted the Greek letter A, is a parameter describing the energy density of the vacuum and a potentially important contributor to the dynamical history of the universe.
At the core of his thinking was a cosmological concept he called the Omega Point, a singularity outside space and time, and beyond the laws of physics to which the expansion of intelligent "life" inevitably leads.
Smolin is having none of this, seeing neither a cosmic designer nor Susskind's cosmological landscape as a scientifically productive path.