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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 22, 2003 02:58:34 UTC

But if bb is true, then the alternative, that anti-matter did not decay, eliminates the universe. As far as I can determine, its the number that is speculative, not the process.

Of course, if we accept the cyclic universe, that process never happens, as far as I can determine.

I see only two alternative cosmologies as presently viable, black hole creation in which particle pair annihilation is of importance, and the cyclic universe in which it is not.

For me neither is a proof or disproof of god, which is the origin of this discussion, right?

For me the existence of god is not so important as the existence of intelligence in dark matter.

I would rather talk about that



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