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Applied String Theory

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    Dr. Howard Jeffrey Bender (Author)

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With String Theory concepts and experimental data reported in peer-reviewed journals, logical explanations are suggested for some of the most interesting unanswered questions in cosmology, including: ·: Did our universe exist before the Big Bang? ·: How did the Big Bang start? ·: Where did the mass and energy in the universe come from? ·: How did the basic particles and forces get their attributes? ·: What started inflation? ·: What stopped inflation? ·: Did faster-than-light expansion occur during inflation? ·: Will our universe expand forever or crunch back? ·: What are at the centers of galaxies? ·: Where does the matter and energy in galaxies come from? ·: Why is there almost no antimatter in our universe? ·: Why are galaxies shaped the way they are? ·: Why are clusters of galaxies shaped the way they are? ·: Do external universes exist? ·: Why does the nucleus of some galaxies emit intense radiation? ·: If Quantum Entanglement is real, how does it work? ·: What is Dark Energy? ·: What is Dark Matter? ·: What are the dimensions in String Theory? ·: Where is your personality located? ·: Is eternal life possible?
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  • PDF | 172 pages
  • Dr. Howard Jeffrey Bender (Author)
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform: 1 edition (18 Aug. 2016)
  • English
  • 6
  • Science Nature

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