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Creation 20(2):26, March 1998

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‘… much of contemporary cosmology deals with things like inflation and the big bang that have not been directly observed, and probably never will be. Andrej Pacholczyk of the University of Arizona in Tucson views cosmology as “noncorrespondence science”—one based on almost pure speculation.’

Margaret Wertheim, ‘God of the Quantum Vacuum’, New Scientist 156(2102):28–31, 1997.