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  • The universe

    February 16‚ 2014 Our Universe was created billions of years ago. We have no way of knowing exactly how this happened‚ nor how or if it will end. The creation of the universe is greatly debated religiously and scientifically. The future of our universe is a popular topic‚ but still remains a mystery. There are many theories as to what will happen to the universe and factors to be accounted for. The fact that we do not have the ability to travel into the unknowns of the universe makes it extremely difficult

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  • The Universe

    Theme: The Big Bang theory (The theory of everything) Subject of studying: The beginning of all the surroundings And the mysteries of our inexplicable and amazing Universe | | |[pic]

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  • The Universe

    For almost one hundred years‚ we have known that the universe is expanding. We have traced this expansion back in time‚ through to the very beginning when the universe occupied an infinitesimal point in space. This was the state of the universe at time t=0‚ over 13 billion years ago. It is from this starting point that everything we are familiar with came into existence: protons‚ neutrons‚ stars‚ galaxies - even space and time itself are here. At time t=0‚ this point began an unprecedented inflation

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  • The Universe

    Origins of the Universe 1.Identify the current theory of the formation of the universe. The big bang theory. 2.Describe the Doppler effect. The Doppler Effect is when waves moving away from you have a longer wavelength (lowpitch) and waves moving towards you have a shorter wavelength (high pitch) 3.Explain how the Doppler effect gives us information about the movement of stars andgalaxies. Stars moving away from us are red shifted (light of longer wavelength) while stars movingtowards us are

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  • Origin of the Universe

    Jesse Brown P.6 5/19/13 Origin Of The Universe The Origin of the Universe: Creation vs. Coincidence Throughout the years‚ mankind has examined the universe for signs of its origin. For centuries‚ two possibilities have been the subject of much debate. Either the beginning of the universe just happened by coincidence‚ or an intelligent being is responsible for its creation. Scientists agree that in order for the universe to be coincidental‚ it would have to be infinite in age. During the

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  • The Incomprehensibleness of the Universe

    Relativity in the year 1916. This theory is still considered to be an irreplaceable theory and poses challenges while learning. It is no where simplicity‚ it is to complex. In this theory Einstein had a problem with the static universe‚ his theory somethings stating that universe a whole would not remain static‚ gravity should play the role of attracting the things together. But‚ there was no such evidence and hence to cancel this Einstein had to put cosmological constant in his General Theory of Relativity

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  • Origin of the Universe

    accepted theory for the origin of the universe is the Big Bang Theory. This theory states that the universe began about 10 billion years ago in a violent explosion; every particle started rushing apart from every other particle in an early super-dense phase. This explosion sent energy and matter flying all over the place. However‚ there is an argument about whether time and space existed before the big bang‚ or did the big bang create time and space. As the universe expanded‚ according to scientific

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  • Parallel Universe

    the idea that there is far more than just one universe and that we constantly interact with many of these “hidden” universes.(1)In 1954‚ a young Princeton University doctoral candidate named Hugh Everett III came up with a radical idea: That there exist parallel universes‚ exactly like our ­universe. (2)These universes are all related to ours; indeed‚ they branch off from ours‚ and our universe is branched off of others. Within these parallel universes‚ our wars have had different outcomes than the

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  • The Expanding Universe

    The Expanding Universe Objective: To interpret a model demonstrating the theories of our expanding universe. Hypothesis: I believe the two marked points on the balloon will be farther apart each time the balloon is blown up. Materials: * 1 un-inflated balloon (when inflated‚ the balloon should have a round shape and be approximately the size of a soccer ball) * Markers * About 30 cm (12 inches) of string or yarn * Ruler or tape measure Procedures: 1. Place an un-inflated

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  • The Expansion of the Universe

    have accepted the conclusion that the beginning of the universe can be explained through the Big Bang Theory. This theory‚ beyond reasonable doubt‚ has been proven with discovery upon discovery by scientists‚ physicists and astronomers. Opposing theories‚ a major one being religion‚ have testified their cases to disprove the Big Bang Theory. Yet‚ our extraordinary universe has revealed to researcher that there was a time before the universe‚ as scientists are almost certain about. The phenomenon

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