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The shape of the universe

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Paul Wesson shows how new techniques enable us to obtain accurate pictures of the Big Bang. Abstract

Diagrams that accurately show essential physical features of models can be a valuable aid to understanding. Seeing the consequences of changes to the models is a powerful way to understand relationships that are otherwise evident only from complex calculations. Here I present a new way to visualize the shape of the universe, in a mathematically accurate way, using plots that incorporate the relationships between the fourth and fifth dimensions deduced from membrane theory and induced-matter theory. Among other things, these plots show a new picture of the Big Bang.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2002-12-01

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