No :) - these arguments do not depend on precise timescales -
ROTFL. Big and old just means big and old enough for evolution to take


On Wed, Jun 22, 2005 at 07:55:12AM -0400, jamikes wrote:
> Russell, you wrote:
> "... - ... By contrast a
> universe that is just big enough (eg a few years old,...=...
> what 'years'?
> Terrestrial? some planet's in Oregon? lightyear(!?) 
> or do you have a UTM (Universal Time Schedule) for the Plenitude?
> Sorry for the bartend to speak into
> John M
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