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Harv, Don't Buy It

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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on December 7, 2001 02:47:09 UTC


Don't buy it. I don't have a whole lot of time to get too much into detail (though now I know what my going-to-sleep reading material will be tonight!), but briefly, I can tell you "T=0" is not so controversial as its alternative.

Indeed, to negate that T=0 is a safe assumption is a much more speculative stance. What I'd really like to know is how someone who claims only the space between stars expands can account for the mass of our primordial universe at anything other than T=0.

Contradictions abound. Pose this question, and if you get no answer it probably means you're on the right track.


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