Hartle-Hawking state

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Etymology[edit]

Named after James Hartle and Stephen Hawking.

Noun[edit]

Hartle-Hawking state (plural Hartle-Hawking states)

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  1. (physics) A hypothetical state of the universe prior to the Planck epoch, in which time did not exist, only space.