A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... early universe should have been very hot and dense , glowing white hot . Dicke and Peebles argued that we should still be able to see the glow of the early universe , because light from very distant parts of it would only just be ...
... early universe so hot ? 2. Why is the universe so uniform on a large scale ? Why does it look the same at all points of space and in all directions ? In particular , why is the temperature of the microwave back- ground radiation so ...
... early universe that caused the formation first of the galaxies , then of stars , and finally of us . The uncertainty principle implies that the early universe cannot have been completely uniform because there must have been some uncer ...
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