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But this answers a different problem and identifies a possible energy source for the cosmic inflation theory.
THE FALSE VACUUM--The decay of the false vacuum, which according to the inflation theory, created the matter of the UNIVERSE.
Cost-push inflation theory is another inflation Keynesian theory which knows the reason of inflation in increase of prices due to labor unions bargaining and rising product costs.
Material is arranged in chapters on the essentials of heterodox and post-Keynesian economics; theory of choice; theory of the firm; credit, money, and central banks; effective demand and employment; accumulation and capacity; open-economy macroeconomics; and inflation theory.
The swirls were long predicted by inflation theory, which holds that the early universe emerged from an extraordinary, exponential growth spurt.
6) The extrapolation of string theory and inflation theory can provide a theoretical framework for the existence of nearly infinitely many universes.
The mission is searching for primordial gravitational waves, which could provide a test for inflation theory, and looking for clues to the nature of dark matter and dark energy.
inflation theory A theory that proposes a period of extremely rapid expansion of the universe during its first few moments.
Eternal inflation is a next step in inflation theory, and it allows scientists to avoid some other tricky cosmology questions, such as what existed before our universe (answer: other universes) and why our universe appears to have properties fine-tuned for life.
In In re Neurontin Marketing, (40) Judge Saris of the District of Massachusetts held that plaintiffs could not use an expert's statistical model based on a price inflation theory to establish causation, even if the model showed that nearly all the prescriptions written for the drug were for off-label uses.
of British Columbia) explains some of the recent discoveries in physics and astronomy about the nature, origin, and fate of the Universe, particularly evidence supporting the inflation theory.
Gifford concluded by saying that 'a world movement' was needed to clarify people's thinking on the theory of wages and bring inflation theory into harmony with the basic principles of demand and supply, the theory of money and the price level.