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    • Cosmology (philosophy)

    • Philosophical cosmology, philosophy of cosmology or philosophy of cosmos is a discipline directed to the philosophical contemplation of the universe as a totality, and to its conceptual foundations. It draws on several branches of philosophy --metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of physics, philosophy of science, phi ... Read »


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    • Apeiron (cosmology)

    • Apeiron (ἄπειρον) is a Greek word meaning "(that which is) unlimited," "infinite", or "indefinite" from ἀ- a-, "without" and πεῖραρ peirar, "end, limit", the Ionic Greek form of πέρας peras, "end, limit, boundary". The apeiron is central to the cosmolo ... Read »


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    • Cosmon

    • Cosmon or Cosmonium is a hypothetical form of matter where the Universe would have been in a dense form of matter as a particle named Cosmon. The idea was originally proposed by Georges Lemaître who suggested the idea of a 'primeval atom’ (L'Hypothèse de l'Atome Primitif) 1946. He illustrated the idea by ima ... Read »


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    • Hume Feldman

    • Hume A. Feldman is a physicist specializing in cosmology and astrophysics. He is an APS Fellow and a professor and chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Kansas. Feldman graduated from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1983. He got his PhD at Stony Brook University in NY, ... Read »


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    • Adrian Melott

    • Adrian Lewis Melott (born January 7, 1947) is an American physicist. He is one of the pioneers of using large-scale computing to investigate the formation of large-scale structure in a Universe dominated by dark matter. He later turned his attention to an area he calls “astrobiophysics”, examining a variety o ... Read »


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    • Sigma-D relation

    • The Sigma-D relation, or Σ-D Relation, is the radio surface brightness to diameter relation of a supernova remnant. ... Read »


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    • Starobinsky inflation

    • Starobinsky inflation is a modification of general relativity in order to explain cosmological inflation. In the Soviet Union, Alexei Starobinsky noted that quantum corrections to general relativity should be important for the early universe. These generically lead to curvature-squared corrections to the Einstein ... Read »


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    • Theophysics

    • Theophysics is a term used occasionally in philosophy for an approach to cosmology that attempts to reconcile physical cosmology and religious cosmology. It is related to the term physicotheology, the difference between them being that the aim of physicotheology is to derive theology from physics, whereas that of theop ... Read »


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