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Evidence for New Physics in the Universe

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Improved Hubble Yardstick Gives Fresh Evidence for New Physics in the Universe

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New Survey Is the Most Precise Measurement of the Universe's Expansion Rate

The good news: Astronomers have made the most precise measurement to date of the rate at which the universe is expanding since the big bang. The possibly unsettling news: This may mean that there is something unknown about the makeup of the universe. The new numbers remain at odds with independent measurements of the early universe's expansion. Is something unpredicted going on in the depths of space?

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Hammerclaw

Paradigm Shift. 

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joc

I don't really understand what the 'depths of space' refers to.   According to pictures of 'deep space' from the Hubble Telescope several years ago...it has been theorized that there must be Trillions of Galaxies.  But how do we know where 'we' are in all of that space?  I'm not downplaying their measurements (which I don't understand either).  

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Grey Area
9 hours ago, Hammerclaw said:

Paradigm Shift. 

Nah, there’ll be some made up mathematics to ensure the popular theory is Intact and we’ll spend the next 5 decades trying to find evidence to support it.

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Hammerclaw
3 hours ago, Grey Area said:

Nah, there’ll be some made up mathematics to ensure the popular theory is Intact and we’ll spend the next 5 decades trying to find evidence to support it.

Red Matter?

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