physics/Cosmology useCosmology [BOOLEAN] CONSTANT [FALSE] whether to use the Cosmology implementation or not physics/Cosmology/CosmologyMain CosmologicalConstant [REAL] [0.7] Valid Values: Unconstrained Ratio of the mass density equivalent in the cosmological constant (or dark energy) to the closure density at the present epoch HubbleConstant [REAL] [2.1065E-18] Valid Values: Unconstrained Value of the Hubble constant (\dot{a}/a) in sec^-1 at the present epoch MaxScaleChange [REAL] [HUGE] Valid Values: Unconstrained Maximum permitted fractional change in the scale factor during each timestep OmegaBaryon [REAL] [0.05] Valid Values: Unconstrained Ratio of baryonic mass density to closure density at the present epoch (must be <= OmegaMatter!) OmegaMatter [REAL] [0.3] Valid Values: Unconstrained Ratio of total mass density to closure density at the present epoch OmegaRadiation [REAL] [5.E-5] Valid Values: Unconstrained Ratio of total radiation density to closure density at the present epoch computeRedshiftOnly [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] useCosmology [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] Are we using cosmological expansion? physics/Cosmology/unitTest computeDtCorrect [REAL] [169450294720534.7] Valid Values: Unconstrained massToLengthCorrect [REAL] [4959457362.186973] Valid Values: Unconstrained redshiftToTimeCorrect [REAL] [1129631001610459.] Valid Values: Unconstrained solveFriedmannCorrect [REAL] [1.9608074571151239E-002] Valid Values: Unconstrained utDt [REAL] [10000000000.00000] Valid Values: Unconstrained utOldScaleFactor [REAL] [1.9607958853385455E-002] Valid Values: Unconstrained utScaleFactor [REAL] [1.9608074569174569E-002] Valid Values: Unconstrained utSimTime [REAL] [1129641001610459.] Valid Values: Unconstrained

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