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- n. A person who studies cosmology.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who describes the universe; one skilled in cosmology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who investigates the problems of cosmology; one versed in cosmology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an astronomer who studies the evolution and space-time relations of the universe
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At 16, Lucy was eating her breakfast in the family kitchen, listening quietly as Elaine talked to another nurse, who wanted to know if the cosmologist was her only client.
Stephen Hawking the ego-tripping, media-hyped "cosmologist" also postulated supposed "wormholes from one Universe to another" as well as supposed "wormholes" from one end of our Universe to the other to permit time travel
Sean M. Carroll, the one who quit Blogging Heads, is a cosmologist.
Olegt: Sean M. Carroll, the one who quit Blogging Heads, is a cosmologist.
Here is cosmologist Martin Rees comparing Fred Hoyle to a crank.
Legendary cosmologist and author Professor Stephen Hawking is reported to be 'comfortable' after being rushed to hospital from his home in Cambridge.
As cosmologist Brian Swimme says, "Four billion years ago the earth was a cooling ball of lava, and now it can sing opera."
The English cosmologist Sir Martin Rees argues in his book Just Six Numbers that the values of six numbers determine to a great degree many of the large- and small-scale properties of our universe.
Being a cosmologist, I'm not talking about our new year, but about our universe, billions of years from now.
I do not know of a single working cosmologist today who says the universe began with a singularity.