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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 12, 2003 21:33:40 UTC

That site, at San diego specifically predicts that an excess of one part in one billion is produced. How could you miss read that. A table copied from that site appears in my answer today to Murat entitled Electro-weak Temperature. Check it out.

Please give me the specific links to your sites. I want to read that for myself. I have never seen it in print that equal amounts are produced. I was taught at Harvard that it is unequal in one part in one billion. And that's all I see in the literature. Cannot make the calc myself though.

I will also get you links that support my position.

But think about it. If you used a Big Bang site, it would necessarily point out the unequality. Otherwise we would not exist.

I do not necessarily believe in the bb. We also have the cyclic universe by Steinhardt. And in the Electro-weak Temperature I explain why I do not think the bb can happen. But it is based on legitimate pair production. That is an experimantal reality.


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