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The Multiverse Is Inevitable, And We're Living In It
Bad science journalism: bait & switch. “Unavoidable consequence of our fundamental laws” is later “perhaps even an inevitable consequence of those laws”, and even later “It's possible that our understanding of the state before the hot Big Bang is incorrect, and that our ideas about inflation are completely wrong for this application. If that's the case, then the existence of a Multiverse isn't a foregone conclusion. But the prediction of an eternally inflating state, where an uncountably large number of pocket Universes are continuously born and driven inextricably apart from one another, is a direct consequence of our best current theories, if they're correct.”
Multiverse  Cosmology 
8 days ago by cbearden
Half the universe’s missing matter has just been finally found | New Scientist
About half the normal matter in our universe had never been observed – until now. Two teams have finally seen it by combining millions of faint images into one
articles  astronomy  darkmatter  space  astrophysics  cosmology  baryons  darkMatterIsBogus  electron  feedly  galaxy  ifttt 
13 days ago by xer0x
Half the universe’s missing matter has just been finally found | New Scientist
"Two separate teams found the missing matter – made of particles called baryons rather than dark matter – linking galaxies together through filaments of hot, diffuse gas."
space  physics  cosmology 
13 days ago by ddribin

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