A Big Rip instead of Big Crunch?

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Pią, 29 Sie 2003, 17:13:04 CEST

There's a very nice discussion by George Ellis et al on "multiverses"


i've put it on CosmoNews:



On Fri, 29 Aug 2003, Andrzej Marecki wrote:

> ----- Forwarded message from physnews w aip.org -----
> The American Institute of Physics Bulletin of Physics News
> Number 651 August 28, 2003   by Phillip F. Schewe, Ben Stein, and
> James Riordon
> THE BIG RIP: A NEW COSMIC DOOMSDAY scenario takes the present
> acceleration of the expansion of the universe to new extremes.
> Dartmouth physicist Robert Caldwell and his colleagues Marc
> Kamionkowski and Nevin Weinberg at Caltech have determined that if
> the supposed dark energy responsible for the acceleration is potent
> enough not only will the space between galaxies continue to increase
> but that the galaxies themselves will fly apart as will, at
> successive times stars, planets, and even atoms and nuclei.  Since

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