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Although many questions remain, increasingly precise observations suggest that the universe will expand forever. We hope, though, the confusion about the expansion will shrink. w w w. s c ia m . c o m MORE TO EXPLORE Cosmology: The Science of the Universe. Edward R. Harrison. Cambridge University Press, 2000. 34. R. Srianand, P. Petitjean and C. Ledoux in Nature, Vol. 408, No. 6815, pages 931–935; December 21, 2000. org/abs/astro-ph/0012222 Solutions to the Tethered Galaxy Problem in an Expanding Universe and the Observation of Receding Blueshifted Objects.
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After 2,000 years, farmers began to construct rice paddies on the steep hillsides of Southeast Asia. Future research may provide quantitative estimates of the amount of land irrigated and methane generated through this 5,000-year interval. Such estimates will be probably be difficult to come by, however, because repeated irrigation of the same areas into modern times has probably disturbed much of the earlier evidence. For now, my case rests mainly on the basic fact that the methane trend went the “wrong way” and that farmers began to irrigate wetlands at just the right time to explain this wrong-way trend.