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  • The '''Cosmological Principle''' and the '''Copernican Principle''' are philosophies which ...ntypical in any way. From this idea they derive a basic axiom known as the cosmological principle: namely, that the universe must be the same on average everyw
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  • ...selection-453.2-459.13 Archive]) which depicts the many problems of Modern Cosmology, essentially calling it a folktale. Runtime: 40m '''Q.''' Cosmology may be a mystery, but astronomers can explain things locally.<br>
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  • :*'''[[Cosmology Has Some Big Problems]]''' - Scientific American depicts Cosmology to be a problematic folk tale :*'''[[Cosmological Principle]]''' - Observations suggesting that we are at the center of t
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  • ...selection-453.2-459.13 Archive]) which depicts the many problems of Modern Cosmology, essentially calling it a folktale. Runtime: 40m '''Q.''' Cosmology may be a mystery, but astronomers can explain things locally.<br>
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  • ===Cosmology=== *'''[[Cosmology Has Some Big Problems]]''' - Scientific American depicts Cosmology to be a problematic folk tale
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  • ...proposed for many reasons, such as dissatisfaction with the explanation of cosmological redshift [3], and as an alternative interpretation of astromomical and ...ts which contradict the standard theory. It is also explained that current cosmological distances depend on redshift theory.
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  • The '''Cosmological Principle''' and the '''Copernican Principle''' are philosophies which ...ntypical in any way. From this idea they derive a basic axiom known as the cosmological principle: namely, that the universe must be the same on average everyw
    25 KB (4,094 words) - 04:32, 8 August 2021
  • Two central scientific virtues are testability and explanatory power. In the cosmological context, these are often in conflict with each other (Ellis [12]). The ...oing.|George F R Ellis, "Dark matter and dark energy proposals:maintaining cosmology as a true science?" November 21, 2008. ([https://web.archive.org/web/20200
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  • ...famous Flat Earth proponent who "tours Europe giving elaborate lectures on cosmology, the creation, true love and hell".
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  • ...at Earth Planets - Mercury Retrograde (Runtime 7m20s)] — User 'Alternative Cosmology' makes several observations on the topic of Mercury's Retrograde under the On the one hand was the subject of descriptive and physical cosmology, predominantly Aristotelian .... On the other hand was the highly complex
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  • ...s passages in the De Revolutionibus.|Wolfgang Smith, The Wisdom of Ancient Cosmology, p. 174}} ...al criteria in choosing our models. A lot of cosmology tries to hide that.|Cosmologist George Ellis, in Scientific American, "Thinking Globally, Acting Univers
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  • ...id=t8O-yylU0j0C&lpg=PA7&ots=zD8YCKNu7M&pg=PA7#v=onepage&q&f=false p.8 of ''Cosmological Physics''] ([https://web.archive.org/web/20200107232541/https://books.g ...g=PA8#v=onepage&q&f=false ''How The Universe Works: Introduction To Modern Cosmology''] ([https://web.archive.org/web/20200108001623/https://books.google.com/b
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  • ...the Sun (since as pointed out, CBR is reprocessed photons)…. All the main cosmological, astrophysical and physical facts: the gravity and Olbers paradoxes, re ...s, Quantum Electrodynamics, Quantum Chromodynamics in Particle Physics and Cosmology. In all these theories a metastable vacuum state is considered which trans
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  • ...n’t come just from the religious authorities. Evidence favored a different cosmology.}}
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  • From Introduction to Cosmology by the 4th Cosmology School at Cracow, Portland, [http://cosmoschool2018.oa.uj.edu.pl/pdfs/day3 ...l=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjaoLf6xMHiAhUPpFkKHTqqAMwQ6AEwDXoECB0QAQ Archive]) by Cosmologist Timothy Clifton ([https://web.archive.org/web/20200822193750/https://ww
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  • ...but its effect on smaller bodies is negligible (similar to gravity in RET cosmology, which only has a noticeable affect on very large objects).
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  • '''Foundations of Modern Cosmology'''<br>
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  • While current cosmological principles support the alignment and movement of ancient stars at a sma
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  • ==Physics and Cosmology==
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  • ...&ots=eW_tpqQMnH&pg=PA242#v=onepage&q&f=false When The Earth Was Flat]'' by cosmology historian Dirk Couprie, Ph.D., we read:
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  • ...ters per second squared rate of acceleration. From ''Foundations of Modern Cosmology'' we see [https://books.google.com/books?id=s5MUDAAAQBAJ&lpg=PA69&ots=W9JG
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  • ...tood. Animated movies of large N-body simulations, like spiral galaxies or cosmological systems, are very exciting to watch and often look quite reasonable, bu
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