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  1. ...field "is" the electron. Very early in the Universe all of the fields were highly excited, so in that sense there was matter , but not matter as you would recognize it. 2) Those very highly excited...

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  2. ...some mediums, and some wavelengths, c_medium is less than the speed of light in a vacuum. Gamma and x-rays travel at c, no matter what. Until they are scattered, they are like ...

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  3. ...lot more, and get more accurate information, by reading at least one of the current physics books for a general audience. A rather... The Elegant Universe, by Brian Greene .

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  4. ... in the rye. J D Salinger 4. The Heart of the Matter . G Greene 5. Fear and Loathing in Los Vegas. Hunter S. Thompson 6. ...

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  5. ...universe. It is all a matter of scale This process has gone on in the past and continues today... the Cosmos, Brian Greene Scientific American...

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  6. ...look this up on the web and see some pix of the collision and the glowing dark matter . So the evidence in favor of the BBT is growing. Understand, the BBT...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/02/2007

  7. ... of the Matter or The Quiet ...by Graham Greene 10: Anna...11. Remains of the Day by...12: Catcher in the Rye by...

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  8. ... for an intelligent lay person. You don't need a phd in physics to understand it, but a good understanding of science and mathematics are needed. If your an ...

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  9. ..., 10−29 g/cm3.[7] In terms of Planck units, and as a natural dimensionless value, the cosmological constant, λ, is...www.ted.com/talks/brian_ greene _why_is_our_universe...

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  10. ..." by Brian Greene , he spends several chapters on the origin of our universe. None of ... you list is eternal. In fact, eventually, due to the entropy law...

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