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From Newton's Laws to the Wheeler-deWitt equation

Pedagogical paper at a level accessible to undergraduate students. Starting with Newtonian models of physics, the basic ideas of cosmology and quantum cosmology are developed. By John W. Norbury (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee).

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Cosmology II: From Planck Time to BBN

Graduate-level review of progress in models of the earliest universe, including the role of strings, extra dimensions, phase transitions, inflation and baryogenesis. Summary of a talk given by Keith Olive (University of Minnesota) at the 1999 David N. Schramm Memorial Symposium.

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