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The Braneworld Theory

The braneworld theory states that in order for the universe to have survived, it would have had to create relatively small "black holes". Moreover, this theory can be experimented ...

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The Ekpyrotic Theory

The Big Splat also known as the Ekpyrotic Theory, was thought of by cosmologists Neil Turok and Paul Steinhardt who believe that eventual...

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The Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB)

The Big Bang to this day, remains to be a fan favorite of many scientists and with that theory comes two key observations: the expansion of the universe,

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The Steady-State Universe

The Steady-State Theory suggests that the universe's expansion happened due to the continuous bubbling of hydrogen atoms from an empty space at the rate of 3 hydrogen atoms per cubic meter ...

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The Holographic Universe

The Holographic Universe denotes the idea that the three-dimensional universe that we are used to could actually be a fundamental two-dimensional space.

So how it works is th...

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Eternal Inflation

The theory of eternal inflation was proposed by Paul Steinhardt. This theory suggests that there are other bubbles of universes that are constantly popping up in other parts of the inflatio...

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Dark Matter and Modified Newtonian Dynamics

Gravity is the only force in physics that affects matter on humongously large scales however it can't, on its own, explain certain astronomical observations. 

There are two options that ...

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Four-Dimensional Space-Time

The universe may only exist in three dimensions but we can also visualize it having a fourth in the form of time, so to speak, the universe may exist in four-dimensional space-time

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Self-Centered Anthropic Theory

The laws of physics hold a handful of fundamental constants that determine the strength of gravity, electromagnetism and subatomic forces. However, these numbers could have any possible value and w...

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Simulation Theory

This theory comes from the philosophers. It questions that if all of the information about the universe are input into our brains via our sense and other scientific instruments, who's to sa...

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