What is cosmic inflation: How does inflation solve the horizon problem? The flatness problem?
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Cosmic inflation defines a procedure of excessive extension of the universe. With reference to the inflation theory, the earth expanded speedily subsequently to the creation. Roos (186) notes that the expansion is accountable for the ongoing universe’s spatial flatness, current vast size, as well as its relative isotropy and homogeneity. The horizon problem and the flatness problem remain a great challenge in understanding the universe. Based on the horizon problem, the cosmic microwave background radiation remains the same temperature in every direction, whilst in the flatness problem; the universe contains a flat geometry.
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