In addition, it implies a non zero

cosmological term and a constant scalar curvature, therefore it doesnot admit a Hubble expansion in the whole, which tends to contradict all current observations.

The

cosmological term then becomes a ratio of photons to photon holes.

We then include a variable term that supersedes the socalled

cosmological term Kgah in the field equations, still complying with the conservation property of the Einstein tensor density in GR;

Some Exact Solutions of the Friedmann Equations with the

Cosmological Term.

Next making use of a max quantum cosmic

cosmological term (lambda) we obtained the mass of the universe, which now appears quantized in the units of cosmic [[?

In the first one we used an exponential

cosmological term, for the second one we considered vanishing cosmological constant.

Its great brightness and protracted visibility is largely a result of its relative proximity in

cosmological terms.

Furthermore, the new observations indicate that the bright starbursts in these distant galaxies last for a mere 100 million years - a very short time in

cosmological terms - yet in this brief time they are able to double the quantity of stars in the galaxies.

In

cosmological terms, in relation to the cosmos, it is minute.

It took just a few thousand years - a mere pinprick of time in

cosmological terms - for large, complex organic molecules to evolve in the gas shells remaining, astronomers said.

In

cosmological terms, headhunting is a quest for a golden bough which takes the headhunter on a journey to remote parts of the universe from which he returns transformed and as himself an agent of transformation.

But in analyzing the visible-light spectra emitted by some of these galaxies, Cowie and his co-workers found that many of them lie only 6 billion light-years from Earth -- fairly close, in

cosmological terms.