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June 23, 2017 | 16h - 17h Paris time
Lecture by Qingdi Wang

 

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Title of lecture:
"How the huge energy of quantum vacuum gravitates to drive the slow accelerating expansion of the Universe"

Language of lecture: uk

Institute & Country:
Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University of British Columbia, Canada

 

 
 

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VIA sessions of the twentieth workshop "What Comes Beyond the Standard Models?"

"Bled, Slovenia"

 
   
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Lecture by Ashok Kumar Singal

"Horizon, homogeneity and flatness problems -- do their resolutions really depend upon inflation?"

 
 

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