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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 12, 2003 18:39:15 UTC

There is no proof but most of us believe on the basis of modern cosmology that there was no beginning. We believe, as the most reasonable case, that universes existed before what we call the big bang. The so-called Cyclic Universe is in vogue right now. I'll give you a reference to a publication that explains it if you wish. So for most of us there was no beginning. Some universe has always been in existence. In many cosmologies, many universes are in existence.

Richard

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