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Re: Nice Response, However...

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Posted by richard david/">richard david on August 31, 1999 12:36:37 UTC

: your statement concerning the genesis of the cosmos : seems somewhat elementary and contradictory.

: Doesn't a quantum fluctuation infer time? If there : were the simultaneity of past, present and future : prior to T=0, or hence the term "nothing", then : how does one come to the inference that an event : that requires time, begot that which is time?

: -nåte

: nate: Your assumptions regarding conditions at time zero are inconsistent with string theory solutions of that problem . I suggest looking at the following site http://www.to.infn.it/~gasperin/ which indicates the physics of the universe before the big bang.

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