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Cosmology

'We know next to nothing about virtually everything. It is not necessary to know the origin of the universe; it is necessary to want to know. Civilization depends not on any particular knowledge, but on the disposition to crave knowledge.' -George F. Will

 
Cosmology Papers:

Physics Has Its Principles

Did the Universe Have a Beginning?

What the Global Positioning System Tells Us about Relativity

Quasars: Near versus Far

Top Ten Problems with the Big Bang (list only)

Top 30 Problems with the Big Bang (article)

"Book Review: "Seeing Red" by Halton Arp"

The primary distribution vehicle for Meta Research papers is the Meta Research Bulletin. However, we have collected some of the most commonly requested MRB articles here along with a few not found anywhere else. In addition, due to the dynamic nature of the web, you will find updates and images not available when the articles where originally published. Additional papers dealing with our neighborhood in space may be found in the solar system section.

For critical analysis of the Big Bang raising doubts the universe is even expanding, see Did the Universe Have A Beginning? For a more detailed overview of the top BB problems, see our list of the Top 10 or our article about the Top 30. Redshift in distant objects is traditionally seen as an indicator of velocity and evidence of an expanding universe, but alternative models may better fit the observations. See Quasars: Near versus Far and the 1998 book "Seeing Red".

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