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Topic: Flatness Problem: To call a spade a spade.
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Re: Flatness Problem: To call a spade a spade.
Posted: Aug 21, 2012 9:23 AM
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Book ? Parallel Worlds? by Michio Kaku.
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? According to the picture emerging from the WMAP satellite,
a mysterious antigravity force is accelerating the expansion
of the universe. If it continued for billions or trillions of years,
the universe will inevitably reach a big freeze . . . .?
/ page 288 /
In 1854, . . . . Helmholtz realized that the laws of
thermodynamics could be applied to the universe as a whole,
meaning that everything around us, including the stars and
galaxies, would eventually have to run down.?
/ page 289 /
==..
There isn?t laws of thermodynamics without the ? Ideal gas?.
There isn?t thermodynamics of cosmos without the ? Ideal gas?.
==.



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