Can the CMB Alone Provide Evidence for Dark Energy? (via astrobites)

While I’m in reblogging mood I’ll try to send some traffic the way of this post, which is somewhat related to Friday’s one about the Wigglezeddy survey (or whatever it’s called)…

Can the CMB Alone Provide Evidence for Dark Energy? Paper Title: The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: Evidence for Dark Energy from the CMB Alone Authors: Blake D. Sherwin et al. 1st Author’s Affiliation: Dept. of Physics, Princeton University Introduction Continuing with Monday’s theme of cosmology, today’s astrobite features an ApJ Letter that describes new evidence for dark energy.  In the past decade a number of cosmological tests have been developed that show a need for a cosmological constant th … Read More

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4 Responses to “Can the CMB Alone Provide Evidence for Dark Energy? (via astrobites)”

  1. Just a comment on WiggleZ – although I am not a member, I have been around since it started, and in the old days it was pronounced Wiggles, and I believe it had some Australian cultural significance;

    http://www.thewiggles.com.au/

    Now when I hear Wiggle-Zee or Wiggle-Zed, I cringe.

  2. telescoper Says:

    Not sure why you didn’t put your comment on the post actually about WiggleZ then…

  3. (Sorry – busy weekend and working my way down your posts – have gotten to the WiggleZ one now 🙂

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