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- Baryon Acoustic Oscillations and Beyond
- Introduction to Cosmology (In 3 Lectures)
- REVIEW PROBLEMS for QUIZ 1 QUIZ DATE: Wednesday, October 3, 2018, During the Normal Class Time
- The Archaic Universe: Big Bang , Cosmological Term and the Quantum Origin of Time in Projective Cosmology
- FRW Cosmology
- In Search of Relativistic Time M
- Limits of Time in Cosmology
- Expanding Confusion: Common Misconceptions of Cosmological Horizons and the Superluminal Expansion of the Universe
- Interpretations of Cosmic Expansion: Anchoring Conceptions and Misconceptions
- Did Time Have a Beginning?
- The Expanding Universe: an Introduction Lecture at the WE Heraeus Summer School “Astronomy from Four Perspectives”, Heidelberg
- On Spacetime Quantum Duality and Bounce Cosmology of a Dual Universe
- The Cosmic Perspective
- PROJECT G. Cosmology Edmund Bertschinger Kristin Burgess Edwin F
- Arxiv:1804.10047V1 [Astro-Ph.CO] 26 Apr 2018 Can Be Extended to Cosmological Scales
- Introduction to Big Bang Cosmology the Universe Is Expanding
- Report on the NASAIJPL Workshop on Advanced Quantum/Relativity Theory Propulsion
- The Edges of Our Universe
- FRW Cosmology
- Lecture XXXI: the Classical Tests and Density Parameters
- Lecture 16 : Cosmological Models I
- On the Physical Basis of Cosmic Time
- Relative Likelihood for Life As a Function of Cosmic Time
- SOLUTION of the FRIEDMANN EQUATION DETERMINING the TIME EVOLUTION, ACCELERATION and the AGE of the UNIVERSE 1. the Geometry of T
- BICEP2, Planck, Spinorial Space-Time, Pre-Big Bang
- BICEP2, Planck, Spinorial Space-Time, Pre-Big Bang
- The Cosmic Spacetime Is the Universe Much Simpler Than We Thought? Fulvio Melia
- Chapter 5: Cosmology Part 1: the Large Scale Homogeneous Universe Some Important Things for Life About (Homogeneous) Cosmology
- Cosmic Topology
- Lecture 16 : Cosmological Models I
- Teaching Cosmology with Special Relativity: Piecewise Inertial Frames As a Model for Cosmic Expansion
- AST 376 Cosmology — Lecture Notes
- Fundamentals of Cosmology (2) the Standard Cosmological Models