Before the Big Bang, was there an unspecified volume of spatial points ?

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  1. Dennis Tate Registered Senior Member

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    That is not at all the impression that I got from chapter thirteen of "Stephen Hawking's Universe" that is entitled "The Anthropic Principle." In that chapter Dr. Hawking and his co-author explain an Agnostic / Atheistic variation of the Cyclic Model of the Universe in which an essentially infinite number of "unsuccessful" universes are perhaps created in which there is no life..... due to electromagnetism and / or gravity and or weak nuclear force and / or strong nuclear force not being properly tuned for life as we know it?????
     
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    There's no point responding to Mohat. He has been permanently banned. Since this entire thread was essentially based on his trolling, it seems most appropriate to close it at this point.
     
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