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Posted by Don Jarvis on April 1, 2003 05:59:34 UTC

If the universe is eternal it is incapable of running down.
Periodic condensation/explosion cycles are a possible explanation of unending existence.
Galaxies could be the loci of accretions of matter that condense to a critical density, then explode to begin the process anew.
The varying types of galaxy could be a function of the degree of symmetry of the initial ignition points, of the locus mass, and of the types of subaccretions that make up the local system.

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