A cosmological ‘ probability event horizon ’ and its observational implications

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Suppose an astronomer is equipped with a device capable of detecting emissions — whether they be electromagnetic, gravitational, or neutrino — from transient sources distributed throughout the cosmos. Because of source rate density evolution and variation of cosmological volume elements, the sources first detected when the machine is switched on are likely… (More)

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