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OPVerma 05-08-2018 08:50 AM

CAN ANYONE CALCULATE WHEN DID the ACCELERATING EXPANSION of the UNIVERSE BEGIN ?
 
ADAM RIESS discovered that the expansion of the universe has increased by 15% since the universe was half its age about 7 billion years ago. This discovery implies that at some point of time in pst the expansion must have began from 0% position. I have calculated this starting point to be about 7 trillion years ago. I want to cross check my calculation. Obviously this figure offsets all BIG BANG Theory and calculations.

Gem 05-08-2018 11:02 AM

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ADAM RIESS discovered that the expansion of the universe has increased by 15% since the universe was half its age about 7 billion years ago. This discovery implies that at some point of time in pst the expansion must have began from 0% position. I have calculated this starting point to be about 7 trillion years ago. I want to cross check my calculation. Obviously this figure offsets all BIG BANG Theory and calculations.





Reiss' calculations are based on the measured rate of expansion of the universe. What rationale do you base your calculations on?

OPVerma 09-08-2018 10:14 AM

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Reiss' calculations are based on the measured rate of expansion of the universe. What rationale do you base your calculations on?


It means you can calculate. I have taken the rate of the expansion of the universe 20 km /sec / mlyr. As you know the expansion rate is controversial varying between 15 -30.

Gem 09-08-2018 10:55 AM

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It means you can calculate. I have taken the rate of the expansion of the universe 20 km /sec / mlyr. As you know the expansion rate is controversial varying between 15 -30.





I'm pretty sure the currently accepted rate of expansion is somewhere around 70km per second per megaparsec (a megaparsec is 3.26 million light years). Is that the same rate you called 20/sec/mlyr?

OPVerma 09-08-2018 05:26 PM

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I'm pretty sure the currently accepted rate of expansion is somewhere around 70km per second per megaparsec (a megaparsec is 3.26 million light years). Is that the same rate you called 20/sec/mlyr?


Expansion rate of 20km / sec / mlyrs translates into 65.2km per second per megaparsec. I just checked in Google the latest figure is 67 km.

Gem 09-08-2018 10:11 PM

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Expansion rate of 20km / sec / mlyrs translates into 65.2km per second per megaparsec. I just checked in Google the latest figure is 67 km.





... so how come your calculation estimates the universe is 7 billion years old and astronomers estimate 13.4 million using roughly the same expansion rate?

OPVerma 10-08-2018 10:27 AM

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... so how come your calculation estimates the universe is 7 billion years old and astronomers estimate 13.4 million using roughly the same expansion rate?


The universe is not 7 billion yrs old. It is 155.4 trillion years old. You can see my Thread ' CALCULATION OF THE AGE OF THE UNIVERSE 155.4 TRILLION YEARS in this section .

13.4 million figure does not appear anywhere.

Gem 10-08-2018 11:41 AM

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The universe is not 7 billion yrs old. It is 155.4 trillion years old. You can see my Thread ' CALCULATION OF THE AGE OF THE UNIVERSE 155.4 TRILLION YEARS in this section .

13.4 million figure does not appear anywhere.





13.4 or 13.7 billion, I meant to say, which is the age astronomers generally agree on. Your calculation of 155.4 trillion years is significantly older, and I'm just wondering what rationale you used to arrive at that figure.

Gem 10-08-2018 11:58 AM

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The universe is not 7 billion yrs old. It is 155.4 trillion years old. You can see my Thread ' CALCULATION OF THE AGE OF THE UNIVERSE 155.4 TRILLION YEARS in this section .

13.4 million figure does not appear anywhere.





I can't find a thread of that title, and a search yields no results.

OPVerma 10-08-2018 05:05 PM

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I can't find a thread of that title, and a search yields no results.



You can try this link on google -

http://www.spiritualforums.com/vb/se...7&pp=25&page=3

You would get ' CALCULATION of the AGE of the UNIVERSE 155.4 TRILLION YEARS ... at the bottom .


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