Monday, December 13, 2004

Lagrange Points



How would clumping been drived from anything if such a supersymmetrical reality did not exist at some point?




Without someview that would be consistent through out the cosmo, how would such points be of value, if we could not see this variation ? In order for this view to be scalable it had to have begun in some other way, that we could sufficely say that it was strong once and all pervasive, but now?



Sun-Earth Lagrange Point forces affect spacecraft orbits.


Some would have trashed the cosmological view and the understanding of the quantum perspective that is developing with those short distances, that if they did not include this realization, what value would they hold for cosmology?

This is the golden age of cosmology. Once a data-starved science, cosmology has burgeoned as ground and space-based astronomical observations supply a wealth of unprecedently precise cosmological measurements. Questions that were recently the stuff of speculation can now be analyzed in the context of rigorous, predictive theoretical frameworks whose viability is determined by observational data. Finally, cosmological theory is being confronted by cosmological fact. The most surprising and exciting feature of cosmology's entrance into the realm of data-driven science is its deep reliance on theoretical developments in elementary particle physics. At the energy scales characteristic of the universe's earliest moments, one can no longer approximate matter and energy using an ideal gas formulation; instead, one must use quantum field theory, and at the highest of energies, one must invoke a theory of quantum gravity, such as string theory. Cosmology is thus the pre-eminent arena in which our theories of the ultra-small will flex their muscles as we trace their role in the evolution of the universe.