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cosmological

[¦käz·mə¦läj·ə·kəl]
(astronomy)
Relating to the overall structure of the universe.
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If they are cosmological, we can use this information to build catalogue of galaxies.
The second chapter as a propaedeutic to Van Riel's cosmological argument investigates how the moral purification of the gods takes place throughout Plato's theology by emphasizing the goodness of the gods as the safeguard for order in the universe, "The order of the world is the expression of a goodness that sets forth in the moral conduct of gods and human beings.
A variant of the lambda-cdm model would be to remove the cosmological constant for the vacuum energy density ([[OMEGA].
Regarding the interest paid by philosophers of religion to these two philosophical arguments for the existence of God, the philosophers of religion have been preoccupied with the ontological argument more than the cosmological argument for the past three decades but lately they have changed their interest to the cosmological argument.
Again an Einstein equation with cosmological constant is given by
The cosmological constant contribution to the curvature of space-time is represented by the term [LAMBDA].
Current cosmological events - timely updates on happenings in the sky such as comets and asteroids;
For him, it does not exist by definition, save in a naturalistically tamed fashion as Cosmological Singularity.
In a major section he also describes modes of social control: (1) face-to-face, or fictive kinship; (2) face-to-grace, or a relationship maintained by agents (patron/client); (3) face-to-mace, or relationship maintained by institutional authority; and (4) face-to-space, a cosmological authority in which relationship is missing.
The idea of large galaxies being assembled primarily by mergers rather than evolving by themselves dominates cosmological thinking.
The famous scientist came up with the idea when he proposed a theory of gravitation in 1917, but he quickly retracted the part about the cosmological constant.
There has been considerable debate lately in the physics community over an idea called the "anthropic cosmological principle" (Barrow and Tipler, 1986; Barrow, 2002; Susskind, 2003).