Главная    Ex Libris    Книги    Журналы    Статьи    Серии    Каталог    Wanted    Загрузка    ХудЛит    Справка    Поиск по индексам    Поиск    Форум   
blank
Авторизация

       
blank
Поиск по указателям

blank
blank
blank
Красота
blank
Rees M.J. — Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape the Universe
Rees M.J. — Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape the Universe



Обсудите книгу на научном форуме



Нашли опечатку?
Выделите ее мышкой и нажмите Ctrl+Enter


Название: Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape the Universe

Автор: Rees M.J.

Аннотация:

The genesis of the universe elegantly explained in a simple theory based on just six numbers by one of the world's most renowned astrophysicists


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

ed2k: ed2k stats

Год издания: 1999

Количество страниц: 192

Добавлена в каталог: 15.03.2009

Операции: Положить на полку | Скопировать ссылку для форума | Скопировать ID
blank
Предметный указатель
Salam, Abdus      121
Sato, Katsumoto      120
Second law of thermodynamics      104
SETI Institute      20
Shelton, Ian      42
Solar System, evolution of      12—13 41 45—46
Space, at scale of the Planck length      143 144—147
Space, density of      97
Space, latent energy of vacuum ($\lambda$)      97—98 126 151 153 154—155
Space, latent particles      97 131
Space, microstructure of black holes      97
Space, monopoles      129
Space, multidimensional      135 143—145 153
Space, Planck length (ultimate granularity)      11 39 141 143 144
Space, structure      129—131
Space, three dimensional      134—135 see "Space-time" "Superstring "Time"
Space-time, curved by presence of mass      31
Space-time, new, disjoint, within black holes      130 133 151
Space-time, quantum 'foam'      6 142 154
speed of light      32 32 33—34 47 60 62
Stanford Linear Accelerator      122
Starobinski, Alex      124
Stars, composition      42 45—46
Stars, internal pressures balanced by gravity      104
Stars, protostars      12—13
Stars, superstars      110 112
Stars, temperature increase with loss of energy      104 see "Stellar
Stellar collisions      53—54 100—101
Stellar evolution      107 110
Stellar evolution, age of oldest stars      59
Stellar evolution, Sun      12—13 41—43
Stellar evolution, supernovae      34 42—43 45 67
Stellar evolution, transmutation from hydrogen to heavier elements      44—45
Strominger, Andrew      146
Sun, evolution through red giant to white dwarf      41 71
Sun, fuelled by hydrogen fusion reaction      41 44 47—48 71
Sun, rotation round barycentre      13—14
Sun, self-gravity in equilibrium with hot core      29 41
Sun, source of neutrinos      80 see "Stellar "Solar
Supernovae      34 42—43 45 67
Supernovae, Type 1a      93
Supernovae, use as 'standard candles' (supernova cosmology project)      93—95
Superstring theories      3 6 97 129—130 143—147 152
Superstring theories and black holes      146
Superstring theories six-dimensional space      144—145
Superstring theories, eleven-dimensional space      145
Superstring theories, quantum mechanics      146—147
t'Hooft, Gerard      121
Taylor, Richard      122
Telescopes      15 107
Telescopes, Hubble Space Telescope      61 63
Telescopes, Keck Telescopes, Hawaii      64
Telescopes, Very Large Telescope (VLT), Chile      64
The Inflationary Universe (Guth)      124
The Realm of the Nebulae (Hubble)      65
Time dilation, at speeds close to speed of light      33 62 93 137
Time dilation, near large masses      34 35 37 137
Time, arrow of      3 136—138
Time, asymmetry between past and future      137—138
Time, fourth dimension      3 136—137
Time, Planck time      141 142
Universe (cosmos), 'ripples' in early universe      106 108 111—112 127—128 151
Universe (cosmos), atoms as minor constituent      83 91
Universe (cosmos), average density of atoms      66 70 72—73 78 118
Universe (cosmos), becomes transparent      66 108
Universe (cosmos), block universe, viewed from outside time      137—138
Universe (cosmos), critical value of $\Omega$      86—90 100 126
Universe (cosmos), Einstein's static state concept      96—97
Universe (cosmos), evolution from Big Bang      107—108
Universe (cosmos), infinite past      133
Universe (cosmos), inflationary universe theory      123—133 150—151
Universe (cosmos), matter-antimatter asymmetry      84—86 139
Universe (cosmos), multiverse concept      11 23 133 150—161
Universe (cosmos), non-fractal nature      55
Universe (cosmos), present average temperature      66
Universe (cosmos), ratio of heat to matter      66
Universe (cosmos), ratio of neutrinos to photons      79
Universe (cosmos), ratio of photons to atoms      66 85
Universe (cosmos), simplicity unlikely      155—156
Universe (cosmos), size of      9 11 132—133
Universe (cosmos), steady-state theory      68
Universe (cosmos), through a zoom lens      4—6
Universe (cosmos), uniformity of large-scale structure      55 58—59 106 139 see "Dark " "Universe expanding" Virtual
Universe, expanding      57—59 62—63 66—70 96 119
Universe, expanding, balance between expansion energy and gravity ($\Omega$)      72 126
Universe, expanding, critical density needed to reverse expansion      72—73
Universe, expanding, force of cosmic repulsion ($\lambda$)      75 95—96 100 101 114
Universe, expanding, increasing rate of      91—92 95—102 100 101—102
Universe, expanding, rate (Hubble constant) uniform in all directions      89
Universe, expanding, ratio of actual density to critical density ($\Omega$)      73 118 124
Universe, expanding, recession speed not constant      62
Universe, expanding, recession speed proportional to redshift      57
Universe, expanding, results of indefinite continuation      100—102
Universe, expanding, zero net energy      130—131 see "Inflationary
Uranus, planetary collision      15
Virtual universes (computer simulations)      109—111 119
Virtual universes (computer simulations), atoms      110
Virtual universes (computer simulations), black holes and quasars      113—114
Virtual universes (computer simulations), dark matter dominant      110 111
Virtual universes (computer simulations), gravitational aggregation      109—110
Virtual universes (computer simulations), multiverses      151
Virtual universes (computer simulations), non-uniform density distributions      110—112 111 113
Virtual universes (computer simulations), primordial condensations      109—110
Virtual universes (computer simulations), superstars      112
Weinberg, Steven      121
Wheeler, John Archibald, physicist      36
Witten, Edward      145
Zweig, George      122
1 2
blank
Реклама
blank
blank
HR
@Mail.ru
       © Электронная библиотека попечительского совета мехмата МГУ, 2004-2022
Электронная библиотека мехмата МГУ | Valid HTML 4.01! | Valid CSS! О проекте