Category Archives: Paul Steinhardt


Scientists’ greatest pleasure comes from theories that derive the solution to some deep puzzle from a small set of simple principles in a surprising way. These explanations are called “beautiful” or “elegant”. Historical examples are Kepler’s explanation of complex planetary … Continue reading

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Cyclic model

Physical cosmology Universe · Big BangAge of the universeTimeline of the Big BangUltimate fate of the universe [show]Early universe Inflation · NucleosynthesisGWB · Neutrino backgroundCosmic microwave background [show]Expanding universe Redshift · Hubble’s lawMetric expansion of spaceFriedmann equationsFLRW metric [show]Structure Formation … Continue reading

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Early Universe Formation

An Energy of Empty Space? Einstein was the first person to realize that empty space is not nothingness. Space has amazing properties, many of which are just beginning to be understood. The first property of space that Einstein discovered is … Continue reading

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Science and it’s Geometries?

On the post preceding this one, although we talked about the nature of the symmetries in action, and within context of the Calabi Yau, there is a relatiosnhip that must be drawn to other quarters of our perceptions to help … Continue reading

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Warped Field Creates Lensing

The statement of this post, is distilled from the collaboration of some of the images to follow. In cosmic string developement there are these three points to consider. 1. Cosmological expansion 2. Intercommuting and Loop Production 3. Radiation I am … Continue reading

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