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Topic: small imaginary time component?
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David Dalton

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small imaginary time component?
Posted: Mar 24, 2012 12:40 AM
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I had the idea years ago that time has both a real and
an imaginary component. These days the real component
is much larger than the imaginary component, but the
imaginary component plays a larger role near the
Big Bang when the real component approaches zero.

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