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Kinematic Flow and the emergence of time

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I will present a toy model of cosmology where time evolution of the perturbations follow from a set of static differential equations of its correlation functions. As we change the positions of the fluctuations whose correlations we measure, the correlation function changes in a way that is consistent with rules that I will explain. These rules are a recasting of cherished local, unitary time evolution, albeit without explicit mentioning of time anywhere. This suggests that static differential equations might offer a new organizing principle for cosmological perturbation theory.

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