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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 5, 2002 15:15:25 UTC

The electrons in an atom are in quantum coherent states. So if the entire universe could also be in a or many coherent states, then the universe and the atom would have some similarities.

If for example, the principal constituent of dark matter were cosmic axions which are inherently motionless, then quantum waves in the axion fluid would be coherent over the extent of the universe.

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