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May 11th, 2016, 09:57 PM   #1
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Was the big bang singularity "local" or "global"?
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Global - the whole universe started.
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At least our universe.
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At least our universe.
There are others?
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If it happened, was it not both local and global?
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Would an external observer see it as local?
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Linroc and Yee coauthored an article in which they demonstrated that electrons, positrons, and the other leptons were of finite size, not point-like.
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Linroc and Yee coauthored an article in which they demonstrated that electrons, positrons, and the other leptons were of finite size, not point-like.
I'd like to see that paper, especially as I know for a fact there is no experimental verification that electrons, positrons, and the other leptons have a finite size.

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Articles about net-like space and finite leptons

L. Yee, CyberArchive 205512.654321 (2015).
E. Linroc, L. Yee, Nature 1138, 321 (2016).
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L. Yee, CyberArchive 205512.654321 (2015).
E. Linroc, L. Yee, Nature 1138, 321 (2016).
I can't find either of those on NASA ADS or google. Are those papers online and, if so, could you post links?
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