Cosmology Essays

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Einstein’s Greatest Blunder

American astronomer, Donald Goldsmith, was born on February 24, 1943. He studied astronomy at the University of California at Berkeley and earned his PH. D. in 1969. Over the course of his life, Goldsmith has written over twenty books related to science and astronomy, one of his more popular ones being Einstein’s Greatest Blunder. Donald […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1530 Topics: Albert Einstein, Astronomy, Cosmology, Mechanics, Universe

Albert Einstein’s Theories

INTRODUCTION (Attention getter): Do you ever wonder how the universe works? How time isn’t linear? how the planets revolve around the sun? (Specific purpose statement): Albert Einstein did, from the moment he received his geometry book which he called his holy geometry book, he was hooked. He went on to explain these phenomenons in a […]

Pages: 2 Words: 556 Topics: Albert Einstein, Astronomy, Cosmology, Force, Gravity, Mechanics
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Two-Fluid Cosmological Model in Einstein-Rosen Inflationary Universe

Abstract: In this paper we have studied universe filled with two-fluid in an anisotropic and homogeneous Einstein – Rosen metric. For an inflationary universe we have considered one fluid which represent the matter content of the universe and other fluid is chosen to model the CNB radiation. The physical and geometric cosmological parameter are studied […]

Pages: 2 Words: 525 Topics: Albert Einstein, Astronomy, Cosmology, Force, Gravity, Mechanics, Metaphysics, Universe

Essense of the Big Bang Theory

Picture this. You visualize yourself standing outside and gazing upon the stars and you wonder how was the universe created. The universe was formed by what we know as the big bang theory. The universe began 14 billion years ago, according to scientists. Even though the big bang might not seem intriguing to you, there […]

Pages: 2 Words: 481 Topics: Astronomy, Big Bang Theory, Cosmology, Epistemology, Metaphysics, Universe

Basis of Big Bang Theory

So basically the Big Bang Theory is the idea that something most likely a star with an incomprehensibly large mass supernovaed and created our universe and everything in it. It started with all the people living in times up to the 20th century who believed that the universe was ageless and infinite. But then Albert […]

Pages: 1 Words: 390 Topics: Astronomy, Big Bang Theory, Cosmology, Mechanics, Nature, Universe