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Sunyaev–Zel’dovich effect

The Sunyaev–Zel’dovich effect (often abbreviated as the SZ effect) is the result of high energy electrons distorting the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB) through inverse Compton scattering, in which the low energy CMB photons receive an average energy boost during … Continue reading

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Are Artifacts of CMB Right Next to Me?

 Looking back seems strange to me and that if one is to take such a position then evidence must exist in this very moment? Models of Earlier Events This may seem like a stupid question to some, but for me … Continue reading

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A Universe on the Other Side

 “I think people thought that the universe was smaller, yet discoveries in the last century have found there are black holes everywhere, billions of black holes in our universe and each may produce a universe on the other side, like … Continue reading

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All-sky map

All-sky map of the CMB, created from 9 years of WMAP data Comparison of CMB results from COBE, WMAP and Planck – March 21, 2013. Working out what happened in the moments after the Big Bang is difficult. Scientists can … Continue reading

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Our Baby Universe with Ed Copeland and Planck Satellite

Where do the seeds of structure in our Universe come from, and why does our Universe appear the way it does? In this talk, Ed explores what happened in those earliest moments that lead to the Universe forming itself into … Continue reading

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Developing Scenario

We can learn about the first fraction of a second, among other things, by studying the polarization pattern of the CMB…Yuki D. Takahashi I was glad to see link  by Bee of Backreaction that expanded on what I had learn … Continue reading

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Probing the early and present Universe with Planck

Date: 05 Jul 2010Satellite: PlanckCopyright: ESA, HFI and LFI consortia  This multi-colour all-sky image of the microwave sky has been synthesized using data spanning the full frequency range of Planck, which covers the electromagnetic spectrum from 30 to 857 GHz. … Continue reading

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Gravity Wave Spectrum

PURPOSE: To show the two-dimensional standing waves on the surface of a square or circular plate. Early perception of sound as analogy to the ideas of the WMAP background were forming in my mind when Wayne HU was demonstrating the … Continue reading

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What is the False Vacuum?

Quantum Field Theory Quantum Vacuum: In classical physics, empty space is called the vacuum. The classical vacuum is utterly featureless. However, in quantum theory, the vacuum is a much more complex entity. The uncertainty principle allows virtual particles (each corresponding … Continue reading

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The Mexican Hat and the Bed pan

Couldn’t help but think of “entrainment” and the Tibetan bell or singing bowls. But let me explain first before you jump the gun. Sea Biscuit? No, just a interesitng perspective on it’s uses? Well, I’ll have you know I was … Continue reading

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