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Posted by Lyle Waymire on August 15, 2003 08:18:43 UTC

I like this site!Ok!I have a (new to me)theory on the beginnings of,or more specifically,the current order of,all matter that exists and where it is headed(for example,what about the Big Bang?).
Current theory suggests that our Universe(or what I call AllMatter)will expand 'x' number of distance and then eventually recede into another BB ('pulsate').This assumes that matter will follow a linear path(straight).It means we bounce like a ball against a wall over and over,etc.
I think a bit different:Now that we see proof of the awsome power of blackholes,I would think that the gravity from some of the 'monsters'(and maybe even smaller ones)would eventually cause an upset in the linear motion of some/partof AllMatter,causing curves /deflections in paths.This could cause an 'interruption' in this pulsating thing.I go further by suggesting that the Universe rather 'rotates',being continually sucked up and spit out by black holes.We'll eventually(here on earth)will eventually be sucked up an mixed together with the soup of other worlds and get spewed out into some other place/time/dimension.It's a constant cycle of death and renewal.Always on the move.
I hope I pique your interest!Thanks!!

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