Hi Ronald, I have a severe problem with this entire thread!

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`What exactly determines the particular properties, such as charge,`

`angular momentum, mass, etc., of this universe? Why are we assuming that`

`the choice of what went into the zero net sum is a prior definite and`

`constrained. The question of the universe here is not so simple that it`

`can be represented the same way that we can note that 1 - 1 = 0. Even in`

`arithmetic model, we have to offer within our explanations what where`

`the summands <http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/summands#English> that let`

`to the sum of net zero. For example, 5 - 5 = 0, 4 - 4 = 0, etc. x - x =`

`0. What is x? We cannot assume without discussion what is x!`

`It seems to me that this entire thread is infected with post hoc`

`ergo propter hoc reasoning and we should reconsider exactly what is`

`being contemplated. I suggest reading of a good book on Cosmology, such`

`as "Principles of Physical Cosmology" by Phillip James Edwin Peebles`

`<http://books.google.com/books/about/Principles_of_Physical_Cosmology.html?id=AmlEt6TJ6jAC>,`

`where one finds a very nice discussion of these issues of without the`

`nonsense of logical fallacies.`

On 8/2/2012 2:49 PM, ronaldheld wrote:

If this universe has zero net energy charge and angular momemtum, I see no problem being created via a chaotic inflation scenario.

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