I just read the thread on inflation is very unlikely. Then I read the paper by(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Abhay Ashtekar, David Sloan

Loop quantum cosmology and slow roll inflation

Although, I did not comprehend all of the implications what seemed to be implied was

Given enough mass at some critical density inflation must occur.

Did I just miss the point or is this a reasonable conclusion that comes directly out of the math?

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# Given LQC would a massive black hole undergo inflation?

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