Cosmology picture

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Cosmology picture
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1 - The critical density for the Universe is approximately 10^-26 kg/m^3
WMAP determined that the universe is flat, from which it follows that
the mean energy density in the universe is equal to the critical density
(within a 0.5% margin of error). This is equivalent to a mass density
of 9.9 x 10^-30 g/cm^3
A Universe (as a whole) with such critical density is said to be flat.

2 – All different masses (ordinary + anti + dark + virtual . ..)
of the Universe are in the Cosmic Vacuum

3 - The Cosmic Vacuum is homogeneous, isotropic, flat, smooth and
very cold and after one Cosmic horizon there is another Cosmic horizon
– similar one – . . . and so, and so . . . to infinity (∞)

4 – The Cosmic vacuum (without space and without time) according to
Quantum physics is an active substance.

5 - In some local places of the Cosmic vacuum the gravity-masses change
the flat and smooth surface of the universe of Cosmic Vacuum
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Catastrophe

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Vacuum - Wikipedia

"A vacuum is a space devoid of matter. The word is derived from the Latin adjective vacuus for "vacant" or "void". An approximation to such vacuum is a region with a gaseous pressure much less than atmospheric pressure.[1] Physicists often discuss ideal test results that would occur in a perfect vacuum, which they sometimes simply call "vacuum" or free space, and use the term partial vacuum to refer to an actual imperfect vacuum as one might have in a laboratory or in space." My emphasis.

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Cosmology picture
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1 - The critical density for the Universe is approximately 10^-26 kg/m^3
WMAP determined that the universe is flat, from which it follows that
the mean energy density in the universe is equal to the critical density
(within a 0.5% margin of error). This is equivalent to a mass density
of 9.9 x 10^-30 g/cm^3
A Universe (as a whole) with such critical density is said to be flat.

2 – All different masses (ordinary + anti + dark + virtual . ..)
of the Universe are in the Cosmic Vacuum

3 - The Cosmic Vacuum is homogeneous, isotropic, flat, smooth and
very cold and after one Cosmic horizon there is another Cosmic horizon
– similar one – . . . and so, and so . . . to infinity (∞)

4 – The Cosmic vacuum (without space and without time) according to
Quantum physics is an active substance.

5 - In some local places of the Cosmic vacuum the gravity-masses change
the flat and smooth surface of the universe of Cosmic Vacuum
====================…
This looks fine for the cosmos, but the vacuum is different, as Cat demonstrates.

Without objective evidence of things beyond our horizon, very little hard science can be stated, especially the use of infinity.

The isotropy and anisotropy (allowing stars to form) are both very important.
 
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