The Big Bang also has an information paradox

Information paradoxes are not unique to black holes

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Suppose you were transported back in time to where it all began. No, I don’t mean your birth. Further back. Back to a time when there was, well, nothing. Literally nothing as far as we know, not even time itself. The time of the Big Bang.

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Tim Andersen, Ph.D.

Tim Andersen, Ph.D.

General relativity and QFT. Principal Research Scientist at Georgia Tech. The Infinite Universe (2020). andersenuniverse.com; https://www.patreon.com/andert

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