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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 8, 2004 21:14:28 UTC

I have learned so much from posting on this forum. Most recently, from a discussion with Harvey I learned of Coule's criticism of Bojowald's cosmology, [he analyzed the Big bang singularity,] and I realized that what Coule found wanting in Bojowald's cosmology, namely the production of baby unuiverses and a reduction of entropy, was eactly what is needed to extend Smolin's hypothesis of black hole baby universe creation to become a theory.

Previous discussions with Harvey, Stafford, Alexander, Martin among others has been similarly instructive. I will not bore you with a list of all that I have learned. But it ranges from philosophy to biology to physics, astronomy and religion.

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