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# What comes beyond the standard models

@inproceedings{Borstnik2004WhatCB,
title={What comes beyond the standard models},
author={Norma Manko{\"y}c Bor{\"y}stnik and H. Nielsen and C. Froggatt and D. Lukman},
year={2004}
}
Abstract. Althoughcosmologyisusuallyconsideredanobservationalscience,wherethereislittleornospaceforexperimentation,otherapproachescan(andhave been) alsoconsid-ered.Inparticular,wecanchange ratherdrasticallytheabove,morepassive,observationalperspective and ask the following question: could it be possible, and how, to create a uni-verse in a laboratory? As a matter of fact, this seems to be possible, according to at leasttwo different paradigms; both of them help to evade the consequences of… Expand
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