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We developed a Monte Carlo simulation framework to test cosmologies.
4) Modernity also includes modes of thought and cognitive enterprises in which open-inquiry has produced non-religious cosmologies and anthropologies, and even alternative accounts of religion's own history, founding figures, texts, and social dynamics.
In contrast to most other cosmologies, notes Burbidge, QSSC links the evolution of the universe with the violent activity observed at the heart of many galaxies.
This text for senior undergraduates and first-year graduate students in theoretical physics offers an introduction to general relativity theory (GRT) and scalar tensor cosmologies, focusing on mathematical cosmological models rather than experimental cosmology.
Renick recognizes that not all aspects of our dearly held cosmologies are valid.
The first is the legacy of the Enlightenment, and consists of the realization that social structures, and the cosmologies that buttress them, are not always as innocent as they seem.
Religion itself is most at fault in given instances, having buttressed the cosmologies and attitudes underlying some of the worst atrocities of human history.
In this interesting book, Leeuwen-Turnovcova employs an interdisciplinary method to investigate the origins and significance of the negative associations of left-ness and positive connotations of right-ness in European languages, cultures, social practices, interpretations of reality, and cosmologies.
Carpet suggested a new set of mythological or fictional cosmologies.
Confronted with a mysterious, velvety black hemisphere studded with thousands of twinkling lights, they have fashioned fanciful cosmologies to explain the heavens and the relationship of the universe to human existence
At present there are two major competing cosmologies that theoretically describe the real observed universe, the big-bang cosmology [2] and the quasi-steady-state cosmology [3], the big-bang cosmology being considered by most cosmologists as the major one of the two.
Thus it is unreasonable to expect that the visible universe can effect the expansion or contraction of the cosmos as it does for the universe in the big-bang and quasi-steady-state cosmologies.
Petrarch's narrative itinerary of sin-repentance-redemption is henceforth "not linear but in a special sense specular" (234), in effect projecting a synchronic cosmology of the here-and-now that rivals earlier Christian cosmologies of transcendent sublimation.
The initial state from which theuniverse evolved has always been a sticking point for expanding-universe cosmologies.
Ever since cosmologies that feature an inflationary universe were first proposed, there has been an underground current of apprehension among some physicists that the bottom might fall out of the universe, with disastrous consequences for all the objects and structures that we know in nature.