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A part of the “Metric Science” article contents of the chapter “Introduction” is based on “Review of Roland Omnés, The Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics”, William Faris, November 1996. Insights on the universe were taken from the books “Het punt Omega”, John Gribbin, 1988 and “Galaxies in the Universe”, L.S. Sparke and J.S Gallagher III, 2007.

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The information on protons, neutrons, quarks, and the disassociation of particles is general information that can be found on Wikipedia. Below are shown some essential hyperlinks we've used to deepen the insights touched by the article.

Aufbau principle

Cartesian coordinate system

Case Study - Positron Emission Tomography

Centrifugal force

Christiaan Huygens

Cosmic background radiation

Dark energy

Dark matter

Diffraction

Diffraction from a single slit. Young's experiment with finite slits

Electron shell

Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope

Free neutron decay

Hawking radiation

Isotopes of carbon

Isotopes of oxygen

Lab-grown black hole proves Stephen Hawking's radiation claims – physicist

Magnetic field

Micro black hole

Moon Fact Sheet

Newton's law of universal gravitation

Photon energy

Physics - Mechanics: Gravity (5 of 20) The Effect of Earth's Rotation on Gravity

Proton decay

Waves - Double slit Diffraction