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Linde's Quantum Cosmology

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 18, 2004 16:22:02 UTC

In Linde's quantum cosmology, after all he invented the field, the universes do not have a common beginning or end. However, that is incidental to the rest of the story of universe lifetimes.

Regardless of its beginning, each particle universe goes through the double slit and either destroys itself or supports itself.

Now since a universe is a single particle, according to quantum theory it is a matter of probability where any one particle may end up. It is only after several hundred universe particles go through the same double slit (GOD) that we can see inteference bands. But the double slit does not know what any particular universe will do.

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