cosmological principle


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cosmological principle

n
(Astronomy) astronomy the theory that the universe is uniform, homogenous, and isotropic, and therefore appears the same from any position
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Ostrander draws together these ideas in the form of a theistically instantiated anthropic cosmological principle.
One shall verify the t-local characteristic of the the cosmological principle, i.
I like to call it Life and Mind Bearing Principle, extending it even to what I call the Aesthetic Cosmological Principle.
The Cosmological Principle is taking a beating these days.
Big Bang theory depends critically on three first principles: that the Universe is holistically and systematically expanding as per the Friedmann model; that General Relativity correctly describes gravitation; and that Milne's Cosmological Principle, which declares that the Universe at some arbitrary "large scale" is isotropic and homogeneous, is true.