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Begining And End

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Posted by David Oakley on August 21, 2003 07:05:19 UTC

If the begining of time is the end of time is it possible that where the initial movement comes from, I put an idea into the god and stuff forum, maybe I'm wrong but maybe, because time and velocity are related, if you go away from something fast enough you arrive before you left so if you go far enough away from something you arrive back where you begun and thus creation of the universe actually happens at the end. Could take a long time though, is time slowing down?

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