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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 27, 2003 18:53:01 UTC

The way I see backwards inflation is that perhaps at some future time in our universe conditions will be such that a backwards inflation will be initiated.

That is because if, like in the paper, the universe inflated in negative time; then starting at some negative time where the universe is already inflated, like our present universe, and going in the positive time direction, the entire universe deflates down to a point at time zero.

So that says to me that if god decides that our universe is not going well, he can quickly extinct it. That makes the dinasaur extinction seem trivial.


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