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Big Bang not yet dead but in decline

The latest measurements of the Hubble constant make the Big Bang account of the origin of the Universe more dependent on the coincidence of numbers than it has so far been. But it remains the only theory in the field.

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Maddox, J. Big Bang not yet dead but in decline. Nature 377, 99 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1038/377099a0

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