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Posted by Andy Kidd on October 12, 2002 17:30:10 UTC

about tachyons.

That is incomprehensibly weird... IOWs- are they 'traveling' [through time and/or space?] head-on into the big bang? [which wouldn't make any sense to me as i'm a firm 'believer' in the 'arrow of time'].

Taking this tachyon thing into account, could the 'cosmic background radiation' then just be an equivalent of 'a giant sucking-sound' of tachyons rushing to fill a (infinitely small but infinitely potential- as it may lead to a whole other universe?) 'void' in the 'singularity' that all this matter 'created' when it 'blasted out'? [i'm also not convinced the 'big bang' theory is necessarily correct]. [maybe then neutrinos are just the real 'remnant' of the big bang?]...

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