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Theodoric
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Message 57 of 84 (508115)
05-10-2009 6:45 PM
Reply to: Message 55 by dpeele
05-10-2009 6:27 PM


Re: Fortuitous happenstances
You really should stay on topic.
But since you asked about baryogenesis, I need to ask if you think you would understand the answer if it was given to you. Here is a small test. It is from Wikipedia so it shouldn't be too hard. Do you understand these equations?
The baryon asymmetry parameter
The challenges to the physics theories are then to explain how to produce this preference of matter over antimatter, and also the magnitude of this asymmetry. An important quantifier is the asymmetry parameter,
This quantity relates the overall number density difference between baryons and antibaryons (nB and
, respectively) and the number density of cosmic background radiation photon nγ.
According to the Big Bang model, matter decoupled from the cosmic background radiation (CBR) at a temperature of roughly 3000 kelvins, corresponding to an average kinetic energy of
. After the decoupling, the total number of CBR photons remains constant. Therefore due to space-time expansion, the photon density decreases. The photon density at equilibrium temperature T, per cubic kelvin and per cubic centimeter, is given by
with kB as the Boltzmann constant,as the Planck constant divided by 2π and c as the speed of light in vacuum. In the numeric approximation at the right hand side of the equation, the convention
was used (natural units), and for T in kelvins the result is given in
. At the current CBR photon temperature of T = 2.725K, this corresponds to a photon density nγ of around 411 CBR photons per cubic centimeter.
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Shall I continue? The point is you are questioning things you have no clue about. Your incredulity has nothing to do with the legitimacy of these scientific concepts. Just because you don't understand doesn't make it not so
Edited by Theodoric, : Added source

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Theodoric
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Message 61 of 84 (508126)
05-10-2009 8:05 PM
Reply to: Message 59 by dpeele
05-10-2009 7:22 PM


Re: Fortuitous happenstances
quote:
What is the origin of the primeval atom?
You have shown a propensity to not stay on topic. I will no longer respond to your off topic posts and I hope others also decide not to respond either. I regret wasting this post, but I feel you need to have it spelled out very clearly to you.
STAY ON TOPIC
Atoms are not genetic material. Maybe you didn't know that.
Anyone can go to Wiki and copy irrelevant quotes. Your posts and your attempts at research have just highlighted your ignorance.
If you want to discuss the first moments of the start of the universe. Start a thread.
If you want to discuss the "primeval atom". Start a thread.
Please stop wasting posts on off topic drivel.

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