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Cosmological constant and the evolution of the universe

proceedings of the 1st RESCEU International Symposium on "the cosmological constant and the evolution of the universe" held on November 7-10, 1995, in Tokyo, Japan

by RESCEU International Symposium (1st 1995 Tokyo, Japan)

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Published by Universal Academy Press in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cosmology -- Congresses.,
  • Astrophysics -- Congresses.,
  • Dark matter (Astronomy) -- Congresses.,
  • Cosmic background radiation -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by K. Sato, T. Suginohara, and N. Sugiyama.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesRESCEU international symposium series,, no. 1
    ContributionsSato, K., Suginohara, Tatsushi., Sugiyama, N.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB980 .R47 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 336 p. :
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3622094M
    ISBN 104946443320
    LC Control Number2002400780

      The Cosmological Constant & Other Fudge Factors in the Physics of the Universe, please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Einstein's Greatest Blunder? The Cosmological Constant & Other Fudge Factors in the Physics of the Universe/5(18). Degree of fine tuning. Recent Studies have confirmed the fine tuning of the cosmological constant (also known as "dark energy"). This cosmological constant is a force that increases with the increasing size of the universe. First hypothesized by Albert Einstein, the cosmological constant was rejected by him, because of lack of real world data. However, recent supernova 1A data demonstrated the.

    This paper is the second of two papers devoted to the study of the evolution of the cosmological horizons (particle and event horizons). Specifically, in this paper we consider the extremely general case of an accel-erated universe with countably infinitely many constant state Cited by: 2. Universe reproduction via black holes. According to CNS, black holes may be mechanisms of universe reproduction within the multiverse, an extended cosmological environment in which universes grow, die, and than a ‘dead’ singularity at the center of black holes, a point where relativity theory breaks down and spacetime and matter-energy become unmodeled, what occurs in.

    The cosmological constant (, or also indicated by λ) is the value of the energy density of the vacuum of space. It was originally introduced by Albert Einstein in as an addition to his theory of general relativity to achieve a static cosmological constant is the simplest possible form of dark energy, since it is constant in both space and time. The ne-tuning of the universe for intelligent life has received a great deal of attention in recent years, both in the philosophical and scienti c literature. The claim is that in the space of possible physical laws, parameters and initial conditions, the set that permits the evolution of intelligent life is very small.


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What is a Cosmological Constant. Einstein first proposed the cosmological constant (not to be confused with the Hubble Constant) usually symbolized by the greek letter "lambda" (Λ), as a mathematical fix to the theory of general its simplest form, general relativity predicted that the universe must either expand or contract.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Accelerating Universe: Infinite Expansion, the Cosmological Constant, and the Beauty of the Cosmos/5(15).

Cosmological definition, the branch of philosophy dealing with the origin and general structure of the universe, with its parts, elements, and laws, and especially with such of its characteristics as space, time, causality, and freedom.

See more. According to the author, the tentative discovery of the accelerating expansion of the universe poses a frightening challenge to the beauty of the final theory by raising difficult questions about the non-zero value of the cosmological constant (or the energy of the vacuum).Cited by: Further, it is shown that in this cosmology the cosmological constant or dark energy is a property of space-time.

This can be interpreted in a creationist cosmology as the power of the Lord giving a boost to the expansion of the fabric of space as He stretched it out. He is the unseen force in the universe. Quintessence began as Einstein's cosmological constant, but if it is not, in fact, constant it may explain why we appeared just when it had the same value as the density of ordinary matter.

[/caption] The cosmological constant, symbol Λ (Greek capital lambda), was ‘invented’ by Einstein, not long after he published his theory of general relativity (GR).

It appears on the left. The cosmological constant is the simplest possible form of dark energy since it is constant in both space and time, and this leads to the current standard model. This could only happen if those galaxies were receding away from us.

The Universe was expanding, Hubble found. Einstein immediately retracted his cosmological constant, stating that it was his “biggest blunder” because the Universe was clearly not static (Saw 20, BartusiakKrauss 55).Reviews: 4. Dr Tony Padilla on some recent work he has been doing.

See the papers (not the faint-hearted) here: AND Cosmological arguments for the existence of God A philosophical perspective on findings of science. by Albrecht Moritz (, revised ) Summary The apparent extreme fine-tuning of the laws of nature, necessary to allow for physical evolution of the universe and evolution of life, and affirmed with broad consensus by cosmologists regardless of their worldview, is reviewed.

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Specifically, this paper is devoted to the study of the evolution of these cosmological horizons in an accelerated universe with two state equations, cosmological constant and dust. An introduction to modern astronomy is given from the point of view of distance measurement, from the scale of the solar system up to the largest cosmological scales.

A historical and philosophical background to the measurement of distance and time in the universe is given, and the measurement of distances within the Galaxy is examined. The structure and evolution of stars and galaxies are Cited by:   The conditions in our universe really do seem to be uniquely suitable for life forms like ourselves, and perhaps for any form of organic chemistry.

(Cited in The Privileged Planet, pp. ) Another remarkable book about fine-tuning is by Geraint Lewis and Luke A. Barnes: A Fortunate Universe: Life in a Finely-tuned Cosmos (Cambridge, ).

The cosmological constant is the parameter $\Lambda$ in the Einstein equation: $$ G_{\mu\nu} + \Lambda g_{\mu\nu} = 8\pi T_{\mu\nu} $$ and it is by definition a constant, so it cannot change. I think it is best regarded as a geometrical property of the universe (though other views exist) which is why it's normally put on the left hand side of the equals sign.

"The Extravagant Universe" by Bob Kirshner. A "useful and polite" and always entertaining look at the supernova evidence for the cosmological constant and the accelerating expansion of the Universe. "The Origin and Evolution of the Universe" edited by Zuckerman and Malkan.

A UCLA Center for the Study of the Evolution and Origin of Life (CSEOL. From a cosmological perspective, [ ] In my opinion, the theory of evolution by natural selection is one of the most elegant and by far one of the most encompassing theories humanity has ever.

THE BEGINNING, THE EVOLUTION AND THE END OF THE UNIVERSE and the problem of Cosmological constant are interpreted and the percentages. Cosmological Theories Through History "Cosmos" is just another word for universe, and "cosmology" is the study of the origin, evolution and fate of the of the best minds in history - both philosophers and scientists - have applied themselves to an understanding of just what the universe is and where it came from, suggesting in the process a bewildering variety of theories and.

The accelerating universe: infinite expansion, the cosmological constant, and the beauty of the cosmos Mario Livio In one of the most surprising and important findings in cosmology in the century, astronomers recently discovered that the unierse may be expanding at an ever-increasing rate.'A Fortunate Universe: Life in a Finely Tuned Cosmos by Geraint Lewis and Luke Barnes, is a nice up to date book for the general (educated) public on modern physics and cosmology.

If covers modern cosmology and some of the Big Questions of our times, in particular the issue of anthropomorphism how 'fine tuned' our Universe is.'Cited by: We have shown that the Hubble constant H 0 embodies the information about the evolutionary nature of the cosmological constant Λ, gravitational constant G, and the speed of light c.

We have derived expressions for the time evolution of G / c 2 (≡ K) and dark energy density ε Λ related to Λ by explicitly incorporating the nonadiabatic nature of the universe in the Author: Rajendra P.

Gupta.