The Universe is expanding day by day, is it right? yes that's right, the universe is expanding day by day continuously and this can be proven by the theory of doppler's effect. According to this theory the universe is expanding because the rays coming from the distant stars shifting from blue color electromagnetic rays to rays of red color, called as Red shift. There is a relationship with wavelength of light and distance it passes. Thus if the wavelength reaching from the universe to our eyes decreases then the distance must be of increasing order. Thus shifting of light from blue to red indicates the expanding nature of universe.
We've known that the universe is expanding since, like, the 1930s. I wasn't aware that this was news.
by Emile R5 years ago
I've put this into the philosophy forum because I'm interested in what those who ponder the meaning of the cosmos would consider the ramifications of the answer to be.We talk of the Space-Time Continuum. We know the...
by Lela6 years ago
Most people I talk to have a concept of the universe as a fixed amount of space with some sort of boundary surrounding it. Some people believe God lives beyond this "boundary".Please explain why you believe...
by SparklingJewel9 years ago
on the religion forum I was describing what I thought was quantum physics...that the universe is accelerating and expanding in a spiral. Is that quantum or something else or combination of things...?
by vydyulashashi7 years ago
Do you think black holes re;;y exist?
by Csaba Bebesai5 years ago
Does the Universe have an ending? Can you explain?
by Anna Marie4 years ago
I love the concept of string theory, and with the recent confirmation of the Higgs boson at CERN the Standard Model is so much closer to application !Muti-dimensions, strings, and a universe that is one great...
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