A Scenario for a Natural Origin of Our Universe Using a Mathematical Model Based on Established Physics and Cosmology
Philo 9 (2):93-102 (2006)
|Abstract||A mathematical model of the natural origin of our universe is presented. The model is based only on well-established physics. No claim is made that this model uniquely represents exactly how the universe came about. But the viability of a single model serves to refute any assertions that the universe cannot have come about by natural means|
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