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The Formation of the Universe II

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Theories On The Formation Of The Universe Big Bang vs Steady State vs Plasma Theory By Martin Zhang and Michael Wong Big Bang Theory Steady State Theory Plasma Theory Conclusion Bibliography HUR HUR HUR As you can see, the universe is a very "interesting" place. Although there are many theories, we may never know what or how the universe was formed, but for now, the creation of the universe remains a mystery. -implies the universe has no beginning or end in time. On a large scale, the universe stays the same, meaning that any old stars and galaxies that move away are replaced by new stars.
-suggests the universe has the same volume it had millions of years ago. The Theory YOLO?! Introduction There are many theories about the creation of the universe. Famous examples include the Big Bang theory, Steady State theory, and Plasma theory. In this presentation, these theories will be explained. We hope you enjoy our presentation. Evidence Against -any believed that this theory was the most logical theory.
-soon, with technological advances, proven wrong by the emission lines from galaxies, which are red-shifted. The Theory Plasma theory says that universe has no beginning or end.
Plasma theory fills in voids of the Big Bang Theory. For example, explains formations of galaxies with tangled plasma. Evidence Against This Theory assumes that electromagnetic forces are the dominant force in space, rather than gravity. This is proven wrong; it is not possible for electromagnetic forces to form galaxies, even given unlimited time. COSMIC BACKGROUND RADIATION Stages: 1. The Bang.
-extremely dense and at an extremely high temperature.
-stage only lasted a tiny fraction of a second. 2. Inflation.
-expanded over time, cooling and getting less dense.
-lasted approximately 380,000 years.
3. Current (?)
-no name for current stage
-universe expands slowly and there is only an echo of the Big Bang
-this stage has lasted 13.7 billion years. Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation CERN Big Bang Project -'echo' of light in universe from the Big Bang.
-oldest light in the universe.
-stretched by expansion that light is only 2.73 degrees above absolute zero. -uses Large Hadron Collider to try to recreate the Big Bang by hurling subatomic particles at each other. Canadian Contribution Born in Winnipeg on April 25, 1935. Completed bachelor degree at University of Manitoba, Completed Doctorate at Princeton.
Jim Peebles is a Canadian-American physicist and theoretical cosmologist.
Predicted Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation and contributed to the studies of Dark Matter and Dark Energy.
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