Wednesday, August 02, 2006

The Solution to the Olbers' Paradox






Olber's Paradox

and the
Hypergeometrical Universe





From Wikipedia ...



Olbers' paradox, described by the German astronomer Heinrich Wilhelm Olbers in 1823 (and then reformulated in 1826) and earlier by Johannes Kepler in 1610 and
Halley and Cheseaux in the 18th century, is the paradoxical observation that the night sky is dark, when in a static infinite universe the night sky ought to be bright. It is one of the pieces of evidence for a non-static Universe such as the current Big Bang model. This paradox is sometimes also known as the "dark night sky paradox".
The Olber's paradox cannot be formulated within the Framework of the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory because, the proposed Universe topology is not infinite, presents tremendous amount of Doppler shifting and even though it is circular, one cannot see anything beyond one Cosmological Radian..






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