If gravity were the culprit, then we wouldn't be seeing these constant effects of dark energy throughout time," he said.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Constant Effect
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We have 138 other meanings of CE in our Acronym Attic
- Conducted Emission
- Configuration Engineering
- Conformite Europeanne (French)
- Conformité Européenne (European health & safety product label)
- Conjugated Estrogen
- Connection Element
- Connection Endpoint
- Conseil d'Etat (Luxembourg)
- Conseiller en Emploi (French)
- Conservation of Energy
- Construction Engineers (Canadian Forces Base)
- Consultative Examination
- Consumer Electronics
- Consumption Entry (process of declaring the importation of foreign made goods for use in the US)
- Contact Explosive
- Contagious Ecthyma (orf in Goats; aka sore mouth)
- Content Engine (Cisco)
- Content Express
- Contents Expediter
- Continuing Education
Samples in periodicals archive:
The scientists found that at any given age, an obese man was twice as likely to die as a man who was not obese and that being overweight aged 20 had a constant effect on death up to 60 years later.
Eighteen per cent stated that their work had a constant effect upon their families, and almost half of those questioned believed it sometimes had an impact.
However, further decomposing the residual effect into the constant effect and coefficient effect and testing for significance reveals contrasting influences at work.
Like Archdeacon Coxe, who visited Russia in the late eighteenth century, Simon Vickers saw the constant effects of drunkenness on rural life.
They found that at any given age, an obese man was twice as likely to die as a man who was not obese and that obesity at age 20 years had a constant effect on death up to 60 years later.