[extropy-chat] [COSMO-ASTRO] Weighing the Universe

Dirk Bruere dirk at neopax.com
Sat Apr 23 18:31:02 UTC 2005

The Avantguardian wrote:

>      I am curious, does anyone have a reliable
>estimate of the mass of the universe in kilograms
>including baryonic matter, EM radiation, dark matter,
>dark energy, and neutrinos? The reason I am asking is
>because I have been doing some calculations and have
>reached some interesting results. These results are
>based on 4 assumptions:
>1. Gravitational effects always travel faster than
>light because they travel at the speed of quantum
>information (i.e. the velocity of spread of the QM
>wave function). The velocity of quantum information
>seems to range from infinite for a stationary particle
>to just larger than c for a particle moving at very
>high relativistic speeds.
Gravitational effects propagate at c
There has been some threads in sci.physics.research on experimental 


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