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preceding all others in time

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having existed from the beginning

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Any detection of black hole mergers beyond that point would either prove that primordial black holes exist or that the standard cosmological model of how the early universe evolved is not right.
The ratio is markedly different from that seen in asteroids and the solar wind--but similar to the predicted U-xenon ratio of primordial Earth.
Additionally, assessment of antral follicle count (AFC) by trans-vaginal ultrasonography is a consistent tool that indicates the relative number of primordial follicles, remaining within ovaries.
Johns Hopkins University scientists reported May 19 that LIGO's estimated rate of black hole mergers matches that expected if dark matter consists of primordial black holes.
The research team concluded that primordial black holes must have been abundant among the earliest stars, making up at least about one out of every five of the sources contributing to the CIB.
1,2) classified patients with microcephalic primordial dwarfism into two categories: Seckel syndrome and osteodysplastic primordial dwarfism (ODPD) that is further subdivided into three groups: I, II and III, primarily based on the skeletal characteristics.
Another 20 poster papers consider such topics as constraints on inflationary features in the primordial power spectrum with the Planck data, modeling the hierarchical evolution of galaxy clusters, future constraints on scalar field driven dark energy coupled with electromagnetism, looking for primordial non-Gaussianity using Minkowski functionals and neural networks, new constraints on interacting dark energy from Planck experiments, and a new geometrical approach to void statistics.
It delves into the unconscious, primordial forms full of evocations and matches; everything is joy, game, atavic memory, primordial, an "aulico crescendo" toward dimensions and spaces still locked in the imagination.
Set up by the family of Alex Connerty, from Maghull, who has the growth disorder primordial dwarfism, the charity supports children with the condition and their families.
Washington, May 2 ( ANI ): A new study has found that stem cells made from the skin of adult, infertile men yield primordial germ cells - cells that normally become sperm - when transplanted into the reproductive system of mice.
The objectives of the present study were to determine the effects of ND on the volume of the ovarian cortex and medulla and the number of primordial follicles and to assess the modulatory effects of gonadotropins on the histopathological changes imposed by ND.
Around the time of birth these germ cells have formed a large reserve of primordial follicles, each containing a single immature egg.
The course was devoted to the present understanding of the primordial universe and of the origin of the elements as achieved by studying nuclei and their constituents in extreme regions of energy and composition.
As the author clearly states one of his most important documental sources are the colonial primordial titles, which he combines with pictorial, historical, and archeological data.
The Walking with Giants Foundation is this week holding its annual convention, which welcomes people with primordial dwarfism and their families from all over the world.