Talk:Weakless Universe

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Not being a regular wiki-user I will probably forget I wrote this...

ANYWAY: There isn't a single citation in this entire article, and the references suggest it's based on only two pieces of work (which... would indicate that citation should be easy?)

At any length, it's not very easy to follow, and contains such bizarre lines as "Within this approach one assumes that there are many other patches of the Universe (or Multiverse) in which physics is very different" (the problem here being that the 'Universe' and 'Multiverse' are categorically different [one being a subset of the other] and can't be written this way).

Methinks some serious work needs doing. Which is odd because the History suggests such a thing has already happened :/ (talk) 19:51, 9 May 2011 (UTC)