Subject: Total momentum of the universe?
Date: Mon Oct 8 22:53:38 2001
Posted by Qinopio
Grade level: undergrad
School: Univ. of Michigan
City: Ann Arbor State/Province: MI
Area of science: Astronomy
Is the total amount of momentum in the universe constant? I wonder because I
read that the expansion of the universe is not uniform, and it is accelerating.
Wouldn't this result in an increasing overall momentum of the universe?
Re: Total momentum of the universe?
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