Relativity Science Calculator - Neils Bohr Institute Lecture: Our Cosmic Roots

Neils Bohr Institute Lecture - Our Cosmic Roots

"The structure of such a space differs absolutely radically in one respect from that of a Euclidean space ... On physical grounds, this gave rise to the conviction that the metrical field was at the same time the gravitational field.", from "The Problem of Space, Ether, and the Field in Physics" ( "Das Raum-, Äether- und Feld-Problem der Physik." ), by Albert Einstein, 1934

The High Energy Groovie Movie

A Helical Model of our Solar System as imagined by animation Artiste DjSadhu
where our sun makes a complete orbit throughout the Milky Way in approximately
225 - 250 million years

Produced by: The Niels Bohr Institute, 2008
Editor: Gertie Skaarup
Film Editor: Rune Eggers Sørensen
Images: Hubble Telescope

NASA 3-D simulation of the large - scale universe comprising less than 1.5% of the known universe
See: "Phenomenon of Parallax" to understand Mpc, Gpc, etc. distance designations

This is a general relativistic animation of a descent into a black hole with a supercomputed magneto-hydrodynamic simulation of a disk and jet around the black hole.
source: supercomputed by John Hawley at the University of Virginia.
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§ References:

  1. "A Cosmology Calculator for the World Wide Web", by Edward L. Wright ( UCLA ), Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 118: 1711 - 1715, © December 2006;
    calculator download source:

  2. "Light from galaxy clusters confirm general theory of relativity", 28 September 2011, by Radek Wojtak, Astrophysicist, post doc. at Dark Cosmology Centre, Niels Bohr Institute

  3. "Did the Universe have a Beginning?", by Audrey Mithani, Alexander Vilendin, Institute of Cosmology, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Tufts University, April 20, 2012

  4. "Was There a Beginning?", by Leonard Susskind, Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics and Department of Physics, Stanford University, April 24, 2012

  5. "Cosmology from quantum potential", by Ahmed Farag Ali of the Center for Theoretical Physics, Giza, Egypt and Saurya Das of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Lethbridge, Canada, 29 December 2014, where by employing a quantum corrected Raychaudhuri equation ( QRE ) and deriving the 2nd order Friedmann equations from the QRE, these authors arrived at: firstly, a confirmed cosmological constant of its originally observed value thus giving confirmation credence; and, secondly from a derived quantum correction term, that the big - bang singularity is no more and therefore this quantum paper "... predicts an infinite age of our universe."