A post exploring the possible consequences of Primordial Black Holes, ancient types of Black Holes born not out of the collapse of stars, but out of the Big Bang itself.
How quantum fluctuations in the early universe acted as seeds of structure and eventually led to the formation of the galaxies that we see today.
Contains fairly complex ideas and references to previous posts.
Today we venture to the dark side in order to bust some myths on the two most mysterious and shady characters in our universe: dark matter and dark energy.
What really is a coincidence? Is there one unified way in which all of the coincidences in the universe can be understood, or are we left with an uncomfortable illusion of luck?
Anyone who knows anything about the cosmos will know that it is vast – I hope I don’t need to tell my readers this still however the vastness of the […]
I am doing a reasonable amount of reading in inflationary cosmology at the moment, thanks to a talk I went to with a German Dr of Cosmology last week – […]