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March 23rd, 2015, 12:22 PM   #81
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Can you make this prediction concrete? What kind of redshift does it predict, and how does that compare to (say) ΛCDM?
I'm not have how to predict the moment exact of change of acceleration of our universe (if is that what you mean).
I don't know nothing about the model CMD, I can't compare my theory with him.


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Ah, so you don't know physics any more than math. You should really learn about these things before suggesting these half-baked theories.
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Ah, so you don't know physics any more than math. You should really learn about these things before suggesting these half-baked theories.
the CMD model preview exact moment when the universe slowdown your velocity of expansion?

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the CMD model preview exact moment when the universe slowdown your velocity of expansion?
The Lambda-CDM model predicts the rate of expansion of the universe based on its momentum, the dark energy (Lambda) pulling it apart, and gravity pulling it together. I mean, it's more complicated than that, but this is the basic idea.
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I don't now about the Lambda-CDM model, but in my model (If you allow I say "model"), predicts the util life of our universe around 90 until 110 billion of years, around 20 billions in the first quarter, 30 billions in second and third quarter, and again 20 billions in fourth quarter. this is not a exact number, because I don't have a mathematical model, I have a logical model, but him preview something what I never heard in any place.
About Lambda-CDM model? Do he preview something? I don't think so.


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You have nothing remotely resembling a model (mathematical, logical or otherwise). You have musings based in sheer ignorance of science. I recommend, as others have done, that you rectify this ignorance before trying to pontificate on such matters.

As it is you are wasting everyone's time, and so I am closing this thread.
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