Tag: Abraham Loeb
Paul Steinhardt’s Cyclical Cosmology Fails to Challenge a Cosmic Beginning
The conclusion that the universe had a beginning is far more parsimonious and consistent with the evidence.
Is Space Travel Our Destiny?
I was motivated to do this study after two papers were published in 2018 on the difficulty of launching rockets from super-earths.
Space Archaeology — How About Cellular Archaeology?
ʻOumuamua is a fascinating object, and certainly deserves further investigation. How could we discern design from non-design?
Cosmic Inflation Theory Loses Hangups About Scientific Method
Science writer Dennis Overbye calls the inflation controversy a crisis in cosmology. But maybe it is more of a crossroads.