Cosmology is the study of the origin and development of the Universe.

Key findings: cosmology

Submitted by jhwierenga on Mon, 07/30/2018 - 07:57

Before the Big Bang, there was space: Space consists of space quantum systems, which continually split, producing new space quantum systems. Real - as opposed to virtual  - particles came into existence when there were sufficient space quantum systems within a sufficiently small volume that their combined mass-energy fluctuations contained sufficient (negative) gravitational energy to counterbalance the mass-energy from these particles, so that these fluctuations persisted.


Submitted by jhwierenga on Thu, 07/26/2018 - 16:12

QO provides interesting new perspectives on cosmology, based on the ideas contained within QO physics. It accounts for many cosmological phenomena, including the total mass-energy of the universe, the expansion of space, gravitational lensing and background radiation, all without requiring dark matter, dark energy or a totally incredible initial state. It also predicts how sentient beings will experience the end of the universe, whilst postulating that the universe will continue expanding forever.