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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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"Until that time, the idea that there was a cosmological constant wasn't something that was particularly viewed with a lot of support in the community," Freedman says.
The simplest resolution is to put the cosmological constant back into Einstein's equation.
Marcel Pawlowski, a coauthor on the paper, from University of California, Irvine, spoke of the relevance of the study in ( 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."
Einstein rejected the cosmological constant for two reasons:
A detailed analysis of results of recent observations shows that there is a tension between local and primordial measurements of cosmological parameters [3].
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 cosmological constant (Eq.) is also discuss for the obtained spacetimes.
Adaptations Designed by Cosmological Natural Selection
Against Aristotle's view that metaphysics and theology converge on the idea that the highest being or God is the final cause of the universe, Van Riel seeks to revive the cosmological interpretation of Plato's gods spanning from the early Socratic dialogues, especially the Euthyphro, to the Timaeus and Laws.
Adam Moss, from the University of Nottingham, combined the data from Planck with gravitational lensing observations in which images of galaxies are warped by the curvature of space-time, and concluded that the current discrepancies can be resolved if massive neutrinos are included in the standard cosmological model.
Most physicists suspect that dark energy is a form of vacuum energy known as the "cosmological constant" because its strength never varies.
Seeking to unify the various cosmological theories and the disparate observations and their interpretations, Siparov (State U.
The cosmological argument is one of the three philosophical arguments used by philosophers and theologians to rationally prove or demonstrate God's existence.
LOS ANGELES (CyHAN)- This cosmological simulation follows the development of a single disk galaxy over about 13.5 billion years, from shortly after the Big Bang to the present time.