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If the Bounded Proper Forcing Axiom BPFA holds, then Mouse Reflection holds at ℵ2 with respect to all mouse operators up to the level of Woodin cardinals in the next ZFC-model. This yields that if Woodin's ℙmax axiom (*) holds, then BPFA implies that V is closed under the “Woodin-in-the-next-ZFC-model” operator. We also discuss stronger Mouse Reflection principles which we show to follow from strengthenings of BPFA, and we discuss the theory BPFA plus “NSω1 is precipitous” and strengthenings thereof. Along the way, we answer a question of Baumgartner and Taylor, [2, Question 6.11].
We show that if I is a precipitous ideal on ω1 and if θ > ω1 is a regular cardinal, then there is a forcing ℙ = ℙ(I, θ) which preserves the stationarity of all I-positive sets such that in Vℙ, ⟨Hθ; ∈, I⟩ is a generic iterate of a countable structure ⟨M; ∈, Ī⟩. This shows that if the nonstationary ideal on ω1 is precipitous and exists, then there is a stationary set preserving forcing which increases . Moreover, if Bounded Martin's Maximum holds and the nonstationary ideal on ω1 is precipitous, then .
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