Beginning with the famous Olber's paradox, paradoxes such as the
missing mass, dark energy, baryon to photon ratio and cosmic
zero-point energy are examined in detail. The Heisenberg-Lemaitre's
units, based on the total enormous but finite mass of the Universe,
are introduced and rigorous solutions of Einstein's cosmological
equations for an open Universe with cosmological constant are
obtained. Energy conservation after the Big Bang is consistently
required.This book discusses such paradoxes in depth with physical
and logical content and historical perspective, and has not too
technical content in order to serve a wide audience. In the second
edition, the content is updated and new sections are added.
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