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November 12, 2002


Gary Shiu gave a lovely talk today about his work with Easther et al.

From the ensuing discussions, it was clear that Weinberg’s objection probably doesn’t apply. One would have to cook up a pretty screwball inflaton potential to mimic the effect that they predict.

Posted by distler at November 12, 2002 5:24 PM

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