Originally Posted by Shaula
Yeah, I just started reading this, and I don't even get what they're saying here. They can't possibly start some well chosen configuration of bodies at z=9 and reproduce a near exact version of what we see today, can they? I could see running the current galaxies' motions backward, but it's a long way to z=9! Seems like the current distance and velocity measurements would be so imprecise, as you say, Shaula, sensitivity to initial conditions would probably yield nonsense results long before that.
Originally Posted by The Paper
Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.