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Posted by Tim on February 7, 2006 14:18:50 UTC

i don't know what i'm talking about :) but for some reason the thought ocurrs that if the universe is still spewing forth (ie not just accelerating and moving apart) that it could in a sense be thought of as temporarily if not eternaly infinite. in such a case i would think that dark matter probably does indeed exist at least temporaily regardless of nature of its symmetry. i suppose in that case the symmetry could or might flip flop over time.
but yes the whole idea of a superfluid of very nearly massless particles that then have wave functions larger than our planet, and therefore are a superfluid, is still very appealing.
somehow your pdf link didn't work. i'll try it again later. heh, heh perhaps the symmetry just wasn't rignt :)

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