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Divya Barmeda
1. If we make graph in which big bang is on x axis and time is on y axis then at the time when big bang took place it will origin and as time is independent quantity therefore it would be constant and after big bang universe was formed. It is expanding day by day but the time will come when it will be contraction will took place therefore once again the space will be contracted into a small dot and again big bang will take place and thus universe will again. It can be true?

2. Also if we can able to move out from this dot like structure then we will be able to travel with time and we will be able to decide the future of our self. As now we are inside space there for we are following space-time and if we move outside the space then we will be able to travel time and we will be able to control our time. It can be true?

3. According to law of conservation of energy, energy can’t be formed or destroyed but the universe is slowly destroyed where the energy is going. But if we follow the graph then there should be the other side too thus, if universe is destroying one side then the same amount should formed in the other side. Means if one’s death take place here then the same energy of him should reform him. It will work simultaneously.
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Prabhakar Tiwari
I am about to graduate from Physics Department of Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK) Ph.D. program, and I am looking
for a postdoc position to continue with my reaserch interest. Please let me know if there is any postdoc position in your group.
I have been working for various experimental data sets in quest of cosmological anisotropies.
My best interest and experience lies in cosmological data analysis and constraining theoretical
models through simulations.
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Please feel free to add any papers relating to Galactic star formation that you find interesting! (You can easily add papers to Mendeley from astro-ph)
Thomas Robitaille
If I add a paper to this shared group it also gets added to my library, but I don't really want *every* paper relating to Galactic star formation in my library (both in terms of number of papers and space quota). So instead of trying to post all star formation papers, we can instead just post the ones that we find interesting. With enough people in here, we'll probably end up seeing most new papers anyway! So just post any paper, old or new, that you find interesting!
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August Muench
August Muench i agree with that.
29th November
Thomas Robitaille
I'm going to start experimenting with posting papers here that appear on astro-ph from now on. However, since I might miss articles, please feel free to add any, including older ones, to this group! (and they don't have to be exclusively from the arXiv). The only requirement is that papers should relate to star formation in our Galaxy.
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Thomas Robitaille A Web 2.0 version of the Star Formation Newsletter?
28th October

Any papers relating to star formation in the Milky-Way. Please contribute any papers you find interesting! To easily contribute papers: in any arXiv/astro-ph abstract entry there is a little Mendeley icon under 'Bookmark' on the right - click this, then when you get the 'import successful' message, there is a drop-down menu 'Add document to...'. Select 'Galactic Star Formation' and click 'Save'. Done! (Optionally, you can then comment on it in the group feed).

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