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New Posts Big Bang and Alternatives</title><style>.a4gd{position:absolute;clip:rect(396px,auto,auto,448px);}</
The big bang (BB) theory is widely accepted because redshift in distant objects is seen as evidence for an expanding universe. But how strong are the cases for and against the BB? Are we even sure that redshift corresponds to expansion velocity?
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Galaxies are the laboratory of cosmology. How is our growing knowledge of galactic structures shaping modern cosmological theory? How is the perception of galactic organization affected by different interpretations of red shift?
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New Posts Big Science and Big Government</title><style>.a4gd{position:absolute;clip:rect(396px,auto,auto,448px
Scientific exploration has always depended on the generosity of patrons. For most of mankind's history such patronage came from governments and religions. Briefly (beginning in the 1800s) patronage came mostly from private citizens, especially in the USA. By the mid 1900s we were back to primarily government funding.

This does have an impact on the nature and quality and quantity of science that gets done. Do your out-loud-thinking about such issues here.
10 305 03/03/2015
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Scientific methodology. How Meta science distinguishes itself from mainstream science and from alternative or other replacement models.
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images suggesting artifiality and criteria for significance thereof.
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A place to explore the idea that the asteroids and comets are left over fragments from planetary explosions rather than left over fragments from the creation of the solar system that never gathered together into a larger body.
10 107 03/02/2015
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New Posts Origin of Solar System</title><style>.a4gd{position:absolute;clip:rect(396px,auto,auto,448px);}</sty
Specializes in problems with the primeval solar nebula hypothesis and the pros and cons of the fission hypothesis for the origin of planets and moons.
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How does our own planet act and react to the forces of nature? Where does Earth's excess heat originate? What are the effects of other planets on our own?
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