Comments: Short note on BGV theorem. Subjects: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (gr-qc). Cite as: arXiv [gr-qc]. Concerning the BGV theorem Craig is correct in saying that the result holds for any geodesic observer with a non-comoving congruence of time-like geodesic test particles which is on average (over the past) expanding (in a generalized sense, within general relativity), in the sense that such an observer geodesic is. Any theorem is only as good as its assumptions. The BGV theorem says that if the universe is on average expanding along a given worldline.
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