Authors: David Brown
In 2006, a NASA team with Alan Kogut as principal investigator used a balloon-borne radiometer named ARCADE to measure the temperature of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) at centimeter wavelengths. ARCADE searched the sky for faint traces of heat from first generation stars in the very early universe, but ARCADE found a pervasive electromagnetic noise about 6 times louder than predicted. The NASA team named this pervasive electromagnetic noise “the space roar.” Highly speculative hypotheses based upon the failure of Einstein’s equivalence principle for virtual mass-energy might yield a way of testing the hypothesis that nature is finite and digital. The finite nature hypothesis might yield a Space Roar Profile Prediction suitable for empirical tests.
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