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Posted by Alexander on February 1, 2001 23:56:38 UTC

Of course, it is not a big bang which made G, but vice versa, for current value of G the BB we have proceeded as we see.

For other value of G (or c, or h, or their combination) it would go faster or slower, with less matter/more radiation or neutrinoes, and vice versa, so what?

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