A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... zero , in- creases to a maximum , and then decreases to zero again . In the second kind of solution , the universe is expanding so rapidly that the gravita- tional attraction can never stop it , though it does slow it down a bit . Fig ...
... zero and increases forever . However , the speed at which the galaxies are moving apart gets smaller and smaller , although it never quite reaches zero . A remarkable feature of the first kind of Friedmann model is that in it the ...
... zero , because then it would have both a precise value ( zero ) and a precise rate of change ( also zero ) . There must be a certain minimum amount of uncertainty , or quantum fluctuations , in the value of the field . One can think of ...
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