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    Exclamation Big Bang Lithium problem solved!



    Fixing the Big Bang Theory

    Since they used the standard cosmology with cold dark matter that becomes more secure as well.
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    Default Re: Big Bang Lithium problem solved!

    Very nice! Thanks for sharing this one, not_Fritz! Another piece of the puzzle falls in to place.
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