COSMIC EVOLUTION;





Introduction to the basics of cosmic evolution:




Cosmic evolution is the study of a variety of field that encompasses the "history" of our being. Three of the major fields associated with cosmic evolution are the human evolution, most commonly associating with the social Dwarfism theory. The second field of study is energy. According to research much of
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picture of what is most commonly shown when you search for cosmic evolution pictures.
today’s cosmic data is based on the thermodynamics. It is believed that thermodynamics is the most knowledgeable fact to study for change. Another topic for cosmic evolution is ethics. This study of ethics is pretty much the study of how higher and lower life forms differ and how they evolve. Even though cosmic evolution tends to be very broad on its subject matter it does not change the fact that cosmic evolution is the study of universal change. The cosmic evolution theory describes the evolution from the pre-universe to the present universe, including galaxies and elementary particles and the evolution of today’s dominant race, humans. It shows the many different changes in the assembly and composition of radiation, life, and matter throughout the history of our universe. While explaining and studying the basic and controversial issue of how we originated this interdisciplinary subject attempts to bring together the sciences within our known history, making it one broad scientific record of the origin and evolution of all material things, from big bang to humankind and the beginning of the universe to present. As previously mentioned there are many similar topics such as the epic of evolution, big history, and astrobiology.



Section two: Synopsis:




When dealing with cosmic evolution you must first understand that cosmic evolution is the conclusions of what’s and how’s of the universe, not the whys. When people begin to learn about cosmic evolution most people begin to wonder and ask questions. Some of these questions can help the readers understand such a vast concept. Many of the most asked of questions are; what happened? What caused it? What are some of the long term effects of this? What were some of the long term events? How did the human race react? And many more intriguing inquiries. To begin with, the cosmic theory is thought to have originated with what most people know as the "Big Bang Theory". The big bang theory is thought to have originated somewhere between 10 billion- 20 billion years ago with an expansion of an incredibly hot "something". Though physicists do not know what this "something" was they have
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Found through google when i searched for the diagrams showing the shrinking of the universe. Picture number is h.sclhawkrg126.jpg.
concluded that it must have been far denser than the trillions of grams per centimeter of the nucleus of an atom and far hotter than the 10 million Kelvin of the core of most stars.
Edwin Hubble first introduced his theory to scientist in 1929 after he realized that the universe was expanding and must therefore be growing (Hubble’s law) and most likely has an origin. Over time scientist have slowly began adding to this theory since it appears to be the most logically supported theory that they have. Though scientists have studied the origin of the universe they cannot honestly answer as to why there is one (since this is outside our present fabric of modern science). When studying the universe Scientist hypothesis that a single thing released an outward burst of intense radiation that some believe to be quark-gluon plasma, or quark soup. This quark soup is thought to be the making force of the fireball of radiation that allowed hadrons to condense and form us.
Today, upon past and present information, scientists have come to the conclusion that the universe is nearing its final stage of collapse. Most scientists believe that this will happen simply because the mathematics describing this "contraction" is very similar to the "procedures" of expansion that scientist has been studying. using this idea, or theory, scientist believe that they can predict the event that happened 14 billion years ago because physicist believe that the same events used exactly after the expanding of our universe are the exact same sequence of events that will occur just before the end of our contracting universe.




Section 3 What we have learned





As was previously discussed as of right now this concept of cosmic evolution through thermodynamics is the most widely accepted concept of today’s thought of the universe and our evolution. As we have discussed cosmic evolution is the origins of space, time, and matter. Tod
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Found through google. Source: The Book of the Universe, The King Fisher Young People's book of Space.
ay cosmic evolution is still a widely studied concept today simply because it is the only widely accepted concept that explains our beginning and our end, or in some aspects our expanding. Thanks to cosmic evolution, today we are able to define time into three separate eras (physical evolution, biological evolution, and cultural evolution) as well as seven epochs’ (particulate, galactic, stellar, planetary, chemical, biological, and cultural.) As we previously touched upon, cosmic evolution is most defined through thermodynamics. Thermodynamics is the basic open flow of energy through the thermodynamic systems. These systems include galaxies, stars, planets, and life forms. Scientist has determined that there is still much to learn and that the study of cosmic evolution is the best method, or "theory", by which to study this. Through cosmic evolution scientist have been able to study the composition of matter, radiation, and life throughout the history of this universe. Without the controversial theory of the big bang neither people nor the universe would be able to explain their begging or their world around them. Unfortunately it was not until the mid-20th century that we were able to combine galaxies, stars, planets, and life (or physical, biological, and cultural) evolution into one "equation" that explained our origins and how we are all related. Whether or not the universe will shrink or continue to expand throughout the expanse of time scientist have yet to discover. Of what they do know, is that cosmic evolution has an eerily coincidental timing and theory to present to us. As time progresses so will our knowledge and our research. Till then scientist will continue to study and progress with their information drawing new conclusions and theories with time.




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