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Is eternal inflation and the multiverse compatible with causal patch complementarity?
The argument for eternal inflation is we have some patch of metastable vacuum with positive cosmological constant, and so it expands exponentially a la de Sitter. Most of the patch decays to something ...
Oct 30 '11 at 23:42
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