“Hubble’s Constant Nailed” –The Universe Past, Present & Future

Hubbles Constant

 

Arguably the most important Cosmological discovery ever made, Hubble’s Constant, is that our universe is expanding. Its stands, observes the Harvard -Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, along with the Copernican Principle — that there is no preferred place in the universe, and Olbers’ paradox — that the sky is dark at night, as one of the cornerstones of modern cosmology.

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“The Great Spacetime Enigma” –Absolute and Unchanging, or a Dynamic, Constantly Emerging Creation?

 

“What is spacetime made out of?” asks physicist Aron Wall at the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics . During the past several years, physicists have begun thinking about spacetime in a radically different way, not as just an empty backdrop for the unfolding story of the universe, but rather treating spacetime as the flow of quantum information from one point to another.

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