• Devans99
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    False. You are simply redefining the cosmological model I defined. Here's an article by a physicists that explains why the world must be fundamentally quantum mechanical:Relativist

    There is at least 10^53 kg of matter in the observable universe. That needs a macro explanation involving causality not a micro explanation. The most successful cosmological theory we have is the Big Bang and it is a macro theory. I await a macro explanation of your theory. You have not even explained where the matter comes from. Also:

    - Natural process always occurs in pluralities. The creation event was a singleton; that means it is not natural
    - Natural processes tend to classical equilibrium; not to a Big Bang
    - Natural processes do not start out in a classically low entropy state (I do not buy the Many Worlds interpretation).
    - Natural processes do not result in a fine tuned universe

    Your preferred theory seems complex and relies on a lot of hypotheticals. It flaunts the fundamental principle of equilibrium. Its far from Occam's Razor. I am afraid it is not high on my list of possibilities.
  • Relativist
    737

    Be sure to contact Alexander Vilenken and let him know he's wasting his time.

    Thanks for the discussion.
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