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Age of The Universe Paradox

By Huang, Cres

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Title: Age of The Universe Paradox  
Author: Huang, Cres
Language: English
Subject: Non fiction., Science
Collections: Science, Quantum Mechanics, Modern Regression, Mathematical Statistics, Astronomy, Probability Theory, Science Fiction Collection, Electromagnetism, Classical Mechanics, Physics, Logic, Authors Community, Math, Statistics, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India
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The question is, will we ever know if there are objects outside of the detectable universe radiating in wave length longer than CBR? We only measure the universe with visual radiations. Doesn't it seem that the age of the universe is determined by the size of our telescope? Nevertheless, there are activities of elementary particles which can not be detected by us? Isn't' it impossible to picture how far some active objects, say neutrinos, can be other than infinite.

It seems that the age of the universe is determined by the size of our telescope. Nevertheless, to joint the club, this article studies the logic of estimate based on the redshift survey of electromagnetic radiations, NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database (NED). Despite the visible universe is hardly the physical universe. I don't believe redshift will stop stretching at infrared. Despite we are unable to identify the source, low frequency radiations from outside of the detectable universe can arrive. Considering the all-encompassing CBR, and the long reaching able of low frequencies; There could be much older structures outside of the detectable universe. On the hand, can we really say how old it is? Complex structure records more describable history in it's recycle circle. However, there is no trace left in recycled fundamental elements. Can we date the elementary particle is? Or, there is something older?

Suppose we have perfect telescope that is limitless in range; And, we don't see anything when we look pass all objects; Can we say we have reached the edge of the Space or Universe? Or, there is infinity beyond Space?

Table of Contents
1 Introduction 1 2 Probability Function of Doppler Effect 3 NED’s Redshift Survey Database 4 Estimate Age of The Universe Based On NED Database 5 Cosmic Background Radiation 6 Can We Really Tell The Size & Age of The Universe? 7 Appendix II: Accumulated Probability Distribution References


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