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  1. #1 Matter V Anti-matter imbalance and inflation 
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    Assuming, as I do, that there are an infinite number of universes each starting with a " Big Bang", it is highly probable that one big bang could be followed almost immediately ( 10−36 seconds ) by another adjacent, potentially causing inflation and the matter imbalance. ( A silent boom-boom )

    Where does this proposition break down





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    Such universes would most likely not be causally connected, i.e. they would not be influencing one another.

    P.S. I recommend you use only black colour fonts in your posts, as other colours are generally only used by moderators.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus Hanke View Post
    Such universes would most likely not be causally connected, i.e. they would not be influencing one another.
    My added bold. You missed a bit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedFreek View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Markus Hanke View Post
    Such universes would most likely not be causally connected, i.e. they would not be influencing one another.
    My added bold. You missed a bit!
    Ooops, sorry, you are absolutely right. Thanks for pointing that out
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