Ask A Genius 46 – Informational Cosmology 22

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 46 - Informational Cosmology 22 Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner December 31, 2016 Scott: In standard Big Bang cosmology, the issue is early universe galactic formation including the black holes, which become massive – 10% of their galaxy in mass relative to the stellar masses in all of the …

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Ask A Genius 45 – Informational Cosmology 21

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 45 - Informational Cosmology 21 Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner December 30, 2016 Scott: With this ‘app’, with this set of persistent information processing ongoing in the structure or the material framework, how does this tie back into blackish holes and the principles of existence under informational cosmology? Rick: …

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Ask A Genius 43 – Informational Cosmology 19

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 43 - Informational Cosmology 19 Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner December 28, 2016 Scott: Why blackish hole rather than black hole? Rick: Most galaxies have a huge friggin’ blackish hole at the center. Big Bang physics says black hole, which is just a thing which has so much matter …

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Ask A Genius 42 – Informational Cosmology 18

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 42 - Informational Cosmology 18 Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner December 27, 2016 Scott: With respect to the galaxy-size, so we’re going to scale down and away from apparent T=0 to individual galaxies, those are in either of two classifications: proton-rich and neutron-rich, which are new. Proton-rich are likely …

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Ask A Genius 40 – Informational Cosmology 16

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 40 - Informational Cosmology 16 Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner December 25, 2016 Scott: Define T=0. Rick: In Big Bang physics, in any reasonable physics, the farther away you look into the universe on huge scales, many millions and billions of light years, the further away you look the …

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Ask A Genius 39 – Informational Cosmology 15

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 39 - Informational Cosmology 15 Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner December 23, 2016 Scott: Why isn't arbitrarily large prohibited? Rick: Multiple Worlds Theory is annoying because it implies all of these worlds have to exist, but IC is similarly annoying in that it has a large set of permitted …

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Ask A Genius 37 – Informational Cosmology 13

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 37 - Informational Cosmology 13 Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner December 19, 2016 Scott: If the universe is net negentropic, what happens a quintillion or quadrillion years into the future? What if the universe is net entropic? Rick: The universe is defined, I believe and quantum mechanics suggests, by …

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