Starfire Protocol

13.4 billion years ago, the first stars kindled out of darkness, seeding the future of all life.

Definition/Summary:

Starfire

  • Name of a nuclear reactor
    Word sometimes associated with the nuclear energy production
  • According to research in astronomy, the universe was originally thought to be 13.7 billion
    The universe is now stated as approximately 13.8 billion years old

Protocol

  • Aka “Etiquette” literally meaning tag or label
  • A set of social code to delineate an order of class
    “Etiquette may be wielded as a social weapon”

Expanded info:

Science

  • Set of standardized rules and procedures to ensure consistency across all fields of experimentation
  • Used to point out discrepancies in research and to disprove any data that is made in error

Computer

  • Cryptographic protocols are used to safely transfer sensitive data

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13.4 billion years

The Lambda-CDM concordance model

  • Describes the evolution of the universe to span over a period of about 13.8 billion years
  • This model of cosmological time is well understood theoretically and strongly supported by recent high-precision astronomical observations such as WMAP