I Love You, Universe

By Svetlana Kozianenko

ISBN: 978-1-927538-17-3

The story, that I will tell you about the Universe has never been known to anyone, only you will know about it when talking to the Universe itself! You will learn all the secrets about the cosmos that you did not know yet!

This is the Universe I'm talking to you.

I'm - the Universe!

Collection scientific children's book about the cosmos.

Exploring the cosmos - the Universe, her stars and planets, listening to the sound of the Universe and seeing in the pictures of the Universe her living world from the Earth. The science of space for children is about that how people can not live without the cosmos.

Are you seeking to inspire your children as socially conscious members of our cosmos to be caring of fellow human beings / each other, animals and nature in general

This book helps forward-thinking adults and their children explore together:

1 - Planet Earth and the Universe is one whole

2 - Higher world knowledge of space science for children!

3 - The world and the Universe and their interaction!

Author bio:

I talk to the Universe, as I can penetrate into the astral dimension. This dimension is not visible but for me to see what is not visible is no problem and therefore I can give you everything that the Universe wanted to tell you and show off its height for the Earth!



Page numbers source ISBN : 1718190395

Child! What Universe wants to say to you, listen!

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About the Author

I talk to the Universe, as I can penetrate into the astral dimension. This dimension is not visible but for me to see what is not visible is no problem and therefore I can give you everything that the Universe wanted to tell you and show off its height for the Earth!

From the Author

About the Universe will tell you pictures that came to you from the Universe. I communicate with them and came to tell you about everything! I live in Canada.



ETERNAL LIFE

ISBN: 9781532028953

By Margarita / "The Master and Margarita

About the Book:

The UNIVERSE is classified, Margarita has an extraterrestrial power. Sensational discovery of a new science!

About the Author

MARGARITA is a Ukrainian - Canadian White witch and author, she represents her supreme justice, extraterrestrial ability to possess energy. She is THE HIGH PRIESTESS in the UNIVERSE and she informs the whole WORLD that she is the QUEEN of the UNIVERSE crowned by the dead people in the Wiccan Queen on EARTH. August 2006, the power from above in her majestic Tarot cards informed of the creation of the WORLD and continues to inform about its future.

Dark matter a cosmic relic

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Dark matter a cosmic relic from extra dimensions.

Massive gravitons formed a trillionth of a second after the Big Bang, in abundances great enough to account for dark matter.
 Dark Universe highlights one example of how pervasive dark matter might haunt our universe.  Complex filaments of dark matter, shown in black, are strewn about the universe like spider webs, while the relatively rare clumps of familiar baryonic matter are colored orange. These simulations are good statistical matches to astronomical observations. In what is perhaps a scarier turn of events, dark matter -- although quite strange and in an unknown form -- is no longer thought to be the strangest source of gravity in the universe. That honor now falls to dark energy, a more uniform source of repulsive gravity that seems to now dominate the expansion of the entire universe.
Dark matter, the elusive substance that accounts for the majority of the mass in the universe, may be made up of massive particles called gravitons that first popped into existence in the first moment after the Big Bang. And these hypothetical particles might be cosmic refugees from extra dimensions, a new theory suggests.
This process was believed to be too rare for the massive gravitons to be dark matter candidates, but in a new study  Cacciapaglia, along with Korea University physicists Haiying Cai and Seung J. Lee, found that enough of these gravitons would have been made in the early universe to account for all of the dark matter we currently detect in the universe.
For comparison, the lightest known particle, the neutrino, weighs less than 2 electronvolts, while a proton weighs roughly 940 MeV, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
The team found these hypothetical gravitons while hunting for evidence of extra dimensions, which some physicists suspect exist alongside the observed three dimensions of space and the fourth dimension, time.
In the team's theory, when gravity propagates through extra dimensions, it materializes in our universe as massive gravitons.
But these particles would interact only weakly with ordinary matter, and only via the force of gravity. This description is eerily similar to what we know about dark matter, which does not interact with light yet has a gravitational influence felt everywhere in the universe. This gravitational influence, for instance, is what prevents galaxies from flying apart.
The fact that massive gravitons barely interact via gravity with the other particles and forces in the universe offers another advantage.
Due to their very weak interactions, they decay so slowly that they remain stable over the lifetime of the universe, Cacciapaglia said, For the same reason, they are slowly produced during the expansion of the universe and accumulate there until today.
In the past, physicists thought gravitons were unlikely dark matter candidates because the processes that create them are extremely rare. As a result, gravitons would be created at much lower rates than other particles.
The earliest stars and galaxies were formed in the first few hundred million years after the Big Bang.
But the team found that in the picosecond (trillionth of a second) after the Big Bang, more of these gravitons would have been created than past theories suggested. This enhancement was enough for massive gravitons to completely explain the amount of dark matter we detect in the universe, the study found.
The enhancement did come as a shock, Cacciapaglia said. We had to perform many checks to make sure that the result was correct, as it results in a paradigm shift in the way we consider massive gravitons as potential dark matter candidates.
Because massive gravitons form below the energy scale of the Higgs boson, they are freed from uncertainties related to higher energy scales, which current particle physics doesn't describe very well.


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