Christian Hollstein

less info
1 reputation
1
bio website
location
age
visits member for 4 months
seen Jun 12 at 19:50

May
14
comment Why do we have the cosmological constant?
I read the article called2voyage is referring to. It argues completely from within the big bang / expanding universe model. Maybe that happened long ago. But this does not rule out a today's collapsing universe with redshift observed overall. Milkyway / Andromeda blue shift / Great Attractor: Maybe that's just a "small" turbulence in our local group of galaxies. On a large cosmological scale I would not put to much weight on the observed blue shift between us and our neighborhood
May
14
awarded  Editor
May
14
revised Why do we have the cosmological constant?
The "not" was missing and inverted the sense of my statement. This is what I wanted to express: Einstein's general relativity field equations does ***not*** make a big difference.
May
14
answered Why do we have the cosmological constant?