Is Bojowald’s Bounce unique? (In a sense that the BB’s bounce is the one and only). I foresee 3 possible answers: 1) Yes. But IMO there is no evidence (theoretical or experimental) for this answer. 2) Physics can’t say anything about it. But because of 3) also this answer is wrong. 3) No, this seems to be the reasonable answer. Relativity taught us that we are not the centre of our planetary system, or of a cluster of stars, nor of our observable universe. So why should we be the centre of the universe. That would seem to be the same mistake the catholic church made before Copernique. The consequence of this reasoning IMO is that there might be an infinite number of bounces in many, many, "verses".