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I'm a graduate student in cosmology. I did my undergraduate in space engineering (rocket science). I enjoy Dark Energy, curvature, and modified gravity, but I mainly focus on inflation.


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comment In a Big Crunch, would there be more mass than at the Big Bang?
@ticster this is true, but rather than overwhelm the reader with footnotes and caveats (seeing as this is supposed to be a simplified summary of things), I thought it best to stick with things that represent the majority of models that we think best represent the universe we live in. An overly complicated answer can sometimes be worse than no answer at all
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