## 3 Citations

A (Strictly) Contemporary Perspective on Trans-Planckian Censorship

- PhysicsFoundations of Physics
- 2022

I critically discuss a controversial ‘trans-Planckian censorship’ conjecture, which has recently been introduced to researchers working at the intersection of fundamental physics and cosmology. My…

On efforts to decouple early universe cosmology and quantum gravity phenomenology

- Physics
- 2022

The Big Bang singularity in standard model cosmology suggests a program of study in ‘early universe’ quantum gravity phenomenology. Inﬂation is usually thought to undermine this program’s prospects…

On efforts to decouple early universe cosmology and quantum gravity research

- Physics
- 2022

The Big Bang singularity in standard model cosmology suggests a relationship between early universe cosmology and quantum gravity phenomenology. Inflation is usually thought to undermine that…

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