The Expanding Universe

Discussion of the astronomical and cosmological aspects of a universe of motion.
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user737
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The Expanding Universe

Post by user737 » Fri Apr 26, 2019 7:12 am

https://www.cnet.com/news/universe-is-e ... knows-why/
It's become clear that something in the cosmos just doesn't add up.
Hard to add things up and get the right value if you are adding wrong numbers.
In fact, it's expanding at a much faster rate than it should.
Should? Listen up everybody, the "scientists" have confirmed the universe is not acting as it "should."
Quick, someone call the Gaff Squad.
For some time now [Ed's translation: whole careers] there's been a mismatch in observations of the early universe done with the European Space Agency's Planck Telescope and what astronomers see when they measure the more nearby, modern parts of space with NASA's Hubble Telescope.
For some time now conventional understanding has been wrong; we just plow ahead.
Riess says the discrepancy strongly suggests there's a piece missing in the puzzle that scientists have put together over the years to model the history of the universe.
Ironically they think they are missing a single piece when they're really missing the whole picture!

The article then goes on the re-hash Dark Energy and Dark Matter.

This is my favorite:
The actual explanation remains a mystery.
The use of the word "actual" is perfect. They have an explanation. It's bunk. The actual explanation remains a mystery. Spot on.
Light and love.

user737
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Re: The Expanding Universe

Post by user737 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 1:03 pm

Similar on NY Post:
https://nypost.com/2019/04/26/the-unive ... s-thought/

Points here for underlying study.
Light and love.

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