cosmology

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  • He wrote nearly one hundred research papers, mostly in the area of cosmology.
  • Davis' work has been in physical cosmology and he has done a number of significant projects.
  • They have a unique view of cosmology, and believe that all people are spirit-children of God.
  • The fifth edition has brought back a new version of the Great Wheel cosmology.
  • These findings were a first step to rule out some of many alternative physical cosmologies.
  • According to their cosmology, each sun was a god with its own cosmic era.
  • The nature of dark energy is one of the most challenging problems in cosmology.
  • All cosmologies have in common an attempt to understand the implicit order within the whole of being.
  • The result is an intriguing journey into cosmology through an artist's eyes.
  • Their existence is inferred from cosmology, but they have not yet been observed directly.
  • They decided to move there for a year so that Herman can finish his book on cosmology.
  • There is a space-god named Iboga who plays an important part in the series cosmology.
  • This has led many to refer to modern times as the "Golden age of cosmology".
  • As they believed they were descendants of the stars, cosmology had a central role in daily and spiritual life.
  • Their cosmology has as a principal feature several worlds superimposed on each other.
  • Another major problem in cosmology is what caused the Universe to contain far more matter than antimatter.
  • It was based upon the number eight, an important number in Chinese cosmology and numerology.
  • His other philosophical works include books and articles on theology and cosmology.
  • The many religious cosmologies constructed by Greek poets each give a different account of which deities came first.
  • Silk has given more than two hundred invited conference lectures, primarily on galaxy formation and cosmology.
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Meaning of cosmology

  • noun The metaphysical study of the origin and nature of the universe
  • noun The branch of astrophysics that studies the origin and evolution and structure of the universe