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Universal paradox - The universal paradox was described by Gott and Li as a particular flavour of the casual paradox often considered in the realm of theoretical physics; essentially, these researchers demonstrated that there is nothing to prevent the universe to create itself because rolling back thorough time, at the universe's origin a CTC or closed time-like curve is found. Then, if there a causal paradox would be applied, nothing would stop the universe from creating itself globally despite the fact that locally no creation ever takes place.
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Origin of the term - Physics.
Phonetics - This term is phonetically described or pronounced as: Literal.
Synonyms - Related words or with the same meaning: ctc, causal loop, gott, li.
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