Is the Universe "Flat"?

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Is the Universe "Flat"?

Post #1by VikingTechJPL » 18.09.2013, 17:03

Here's one of the best short videos I've seen regarding whether the Universe is "flat" or "curved".

http://www.wimp.com/universeflat/

Interesting indeed! Enjoy!
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Re: Is the Universe "Flat"?

Post #2by t00fri » 18.09.2013, 18:11

This (shatters.net) lecture of mine from 2007 has less noise and more facts:

http://forum.celestialmatters.org/viewt ... p?f=3&t=21

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Post #3by CharlottAwong » 29.10.2016, 13:05

Nope. Our universe is not flat. It has many dimensions as well as 5(that we can see) through our telescope.


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