Le 18-janv.-09, à 16:23, A. Wolf a écrit :

>> So you are saying the mass of the universe is infinite.
> I mean the number of particles is infinite (mass is a characteristic 
> of some
> particles).  It is still possible it could be finite but unbounded, 
> and just
> extremely extremely large, but unless there's a logical reason it would
> appear perfectly flat this seems unlikely.  So right now the consensus 
> in
> the scientific community is "probably infinite".

Naive question: do physicists reconcile a "really flat" universe and 
the big bang theory? I don't see how.
Any idea or references?


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