Category Archives: Definitions

Cosmic Microwave Radiation Surprise

(c) Copyright 2012 David Dilworth What gives more detailed images (higher resolution) – an iPhone or the COBE satellite camera used to propel Big Bang into the leading Cosmology concept? News Flash: (June 17, 2012) This article was just voted … Continue reading

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“Perfect” Light Speed available with miniscule adjustment to the Second or the Meter Definition

Currently the speed of light in a vacuum is just a hair under 300,000 kilometers per second (more precisely 299,792,458 kps). “In 1983, the metre was redefined in the International System of Units (SI) as the distance travelled by light … Continue reading

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How Are Neutrino Flavors Different ? Maybe There Is Only Vanilla . . .

Neutrinos are fundamental particles, more closely related to Electrons than Neutrons because they are not made up of smaller particles (Neutrons are made up of 3 Quarks). Here are some odd things about Neutrinos. 1. All three flavors (types) of … Continue reading

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Ground Rules for Cosmology Physics

Spring 2010: Click here to read my conference astrophysics paper “Ground Rules for Cosmological Physics”, or to read the definitive version of — “Ground Rules for Cosmological Physics” you can buy it by clicking here, for a nominal sum at … Continue reading

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