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2.1 Eternal Inflation

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Klaus Cormann
It took some time to realise that Prof Steinhardt is talking about the multiverse. For the observable universe, most of the assumptions (especially the importance and effects of quantum physics) would hardly apply; at least they cannot be observed directly - with the exception that we can actually see quantum oscillations in the CMB signature (without them, that plasma ball would be uniform and very boring, since no structures could have formed).
Rupert Macey-Dare
Great reductio ad absurdum attack.

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