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This is actually part of a much larger investigation into my cosmology studies, which was related to a richer plethora of ideas that circled around a universal primordial rotation term attached to a Friedmann equation. Those early equations are still the basis of my arguments to explain dark energy and even dark flow, including several other topics of interest, such as an interesting relationship to the antimatter problem. In a later post, I will show that work that attempts to view the universe with the all-important Poi.....ought of as the heating of the universe leading to a big bang scenario. We live inexorably, in this vapor phase of the universe. Let's try and understand how you derive this. The energy of a universe is related to the reversible and irreversible terms:This last equation is formally similar to the equation of state for a universe. since .....
The critical energy .. is worked out to be five atoms of hydrogen per cubic metre of space. The actual observed density of the matter in the universe, is somewhere between 0.2-0.25 atoms per cubic metre.
Quote from: DubbelosixThe critical energy .. is worked out to be five atoms of hydrogen per cubic metre of space. The actual observed density of the matter in the universe, is somewhere between 0.2-0.25 atoms per cubic metre.Most cosmologists recognize a discrepancy between the observed matter in the universe, and the gravitational attraction of the universe.Many of them attribute the difference (or much of the difference) to the hypothetical Dark Matter.