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Research Paper | Astronomy Science | India | Volume 5 Issue 5, May 2016
The Universe is Almost All Perfect, Accurate, Regular and Appropriate but Never All Perfect or Accurate or Regular or Appropriate: The Universe Only Has The Knife Edge Accuracy or Large Scale Accuracy but not Absolute Accuracy
On the large scale of the Universe, everything in the Universe is so fine tuned for the evolution of living being on Earth. We can term the fine tuned Universe as the Universe at the knife edge accuracy or mere the large scale accuracy. But the Universe is not at the absolute accuracy, for that, the necessary condition is that the Universe must be totally evenly distributed in all sides in both macroscopic and microscopic scale. There are variations in distribution of matters in microscopic scale, although on large scale it is almost all perfect, accurate, regular and appropriate. The almost word seeks attention due to variations (at times huge variations within a local area) in the microscopic scale. There is a sense of irregularity in the very very regular and well behaved Universe the gentle Universe on a large scale. On psychological point of view, the Universe is too gentle (sometimes more than necessity psychologically) because to take place cosmic changes of evident, it takes minimum of million years if not billion years. We pass our life by seeing the Universe almost unchanged. Nature hates sharp changes and nature loves to hide everything. Because human beings are confined by nature in a small area for a small amount of time, we are basically microscopic structure of the Universe, as a result, small scale changes in local area nearby are evident to us, not the large scale changes or cosmic changes. While 70 years is everything for us, for Earth, it is mere tiny little time seeks no attention. Even the Earth is so huge for us, 200 years of technological revolution hurt the Earth that much that the average temperature of the Earth increased by 0.85 degree centigrade which we call global warming due to release of green house gases, a huge technological boom of human being is easily damped out by the Earth. On a little bigger scale of space, 200 years made nothing changed to Sun or in the solar system, it is almost as it is on a large scale. For example, sun burned almost nothing fuel in 200 years and the orbits of planets have almost nothing change in 200 years the comfortable time for these changes to be noticeable are million or billion years. The cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation is nothing but the afterglow radiation left over from the very hot Big Bang. Its temperature is extremely uniform all over the sky. However, tiny temperature variations or fluctuations (at one part of the million level) can be detected which offer great insight into the origin, evolution, and content of the universe a fluctuation in the CMB tells us a sense of irregularity in the highly uniformed early Universe during the Big Bang. This sense of irregularity is the key for evolution of the Universe of the present state. This very tiny irregularity is carry forward to make the present state Universe as irregular in the microscopic scale and highly regular in the macroscopic scale. Thus it is almost regular but not absolute regular. If the space would be evenly distributed, there would not be formation of energy and mass contents. A sense of irregularity in the distribution of space points developed mass and energy. Thus the Universe is nearly accurate but not absolute accurate because almost all the space remains as free space except very rarely somewhere little deformation made masses and energy content of the Universe. Again mass and energy has uneven distribution with 27 % total mass content and 73 % energy content. This variation is not significant because insignificant portion of space deformed into mass and energy, but still it is irregularity on a microscopic scale of the Universe with respect to free space of reference frame.
Keywords: The cosmic microwave background CMB radiation, the large scale accuracy, the absolute accuracy, very very regular and well behaved Universe, the free space of reference frame
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 5, May 2016
Pages: 493 - 495
How to Cite this Article?
Prasenjit Debnath, "The Universe is Almost All Perfect, Accurate, Regular and Appropriate but Never All Perfect or Accurate or Regular or Appropriate: The Universe Only Has The Knife Edge Accuracy or Large Scale Accuracy but not Absolute Accuracy", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=NOV163400, Volume 5 Issue 5, May 2016, 493 - 495
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