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"We construct a model in which the universe was perpetually in the quantum state with the radius of curvature of the order of planck curvature, and later left this state to enter the classical expansion stage."

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"We construct a model in which the universe was perpetually in the quantum state with the radius of curvature of the order of planck curvature, and later left this state to enter the classical expansion stage."

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Real answer: The following is the very first google hit for "Planck curvature". Good form asking a question here is to show some sign of having spent more than 5 seconds trying to find the answer, and framing your question in relation to the result of such effort.

https://books.google.com/books?id=HEHwCAAAQBAJ&pg=PA348&lpg=PA348&dq="planck+curvature"&source=bl&ots=nzzbLEK-b9&sig=XDKbUifB-sCbf7AKwlfEeczpXHc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwikrOy0_8bMAhVJFx4KHRIiDhwQ6AEIHDAA#v=onepage&q="planck curvature"&f=false

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