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I Think It's An Approximation

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 28, 2003 11:33:10 UTC

Almost every physics solution is somehow an approximation of nature that nature sometimes behaves like but at other times does not. So I think that solution is just one possible course or process that nature might take. That is, under the right conditions, the universe can either inflate or deflate. Having time run backwards is a poor approximation of the behavior of nature.

Richard

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