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Apr14-09, 12:33 PM
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hey Marcus, just curious, how would you do the calculations. (I'm not much of a mathemetician) Assume finite volume and radius is 100 bly, what would the radius and volume be at plank density? or I think I read in a post that bounce theory says it would be about 40% plank density is that right?

one other question. I dont have a problem with finite volume and no boundary, but why so insistant on having no boundary? Is it just because it is mathmatically possible? I realize we 'don't know for sure one way or the other, but is there a reason for saying it has no boundary other than just some intelectual bias? Or is there a reason why it absolutely can not have a boundary, some theoretical concrete reason?