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How Do You Distinquish Real From Imaginary

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 10, 2001 14:23:19 UTC

The theories that lead to your irrational universe are the various string theories plus Andre Linde's choatic inflationary universe plus Smolin's hypothesis. Are they imaginary?

Are real theories one's that can be tested experimentally. If so that excludes the big bang as all the above theories are consistent with the evidence for the big bang, and the big bang cannot be tested experimentally.

If you mean that Viliken's false vacuum quantum fluctuation theory, then what are the axioms of this theory that make it rational. Or what started the false vacuum. It as well could go back in time forever.

What creation theory has axioms. The only one I know of is creation by god where the axiom is the prior existense of god. If so, that makes all scientific theories irrational.

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