Re: Hubble's Constant
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- Subject: [mg92908] Re: Hubble's Constant
- From: John Doty <jpd at whispertel.LoseTheH.net>
- Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 06:24:29 -0400 (EDT)
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Kevin J. McCann wrote:
> I am using the PhysicalConstants and Units packages. Hubble's constant
> 3.2 x 10^-18/Second
> Convert[HubbleConstant, (Kilo Meter/Second)/(Mega Parsec)]
> gives 98.7424 Kilo Meter/(Mega Parsec Second)
> The accepted value is 70 km/s/Mpc. Am I missing something?
Only a little history. Tells you which gang of cosmologists had
Wolfram's ear back in the days of the 50 versus 100 turf wars.
John Doty, Noqsi Aerospace, Ltd.
The axiomatic method of mathematics is one of the great achievements of
our culture. However, it is only a method. Whereas the facts of
mathematics once discovered will never change, the method by which these
facts are verified has changed many times in the past, and it would be
foolhardy to expect that changes will not occur again at some future
date. - Gian-Carlo Rota
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