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"all Matter (a.w.k.i.) Occupyied A Point Space 10G Years Ago"

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 15, 2003 00:04:05 UTC

Very fascinating, Greg. When I was small, other things looked bigger. If they had grown at the same rate as I, they still would looked the same amount bigger. If the universe is expanding, then perhaps what we call "a point space" long ago still might have seemed plenty roomy for creatures inhabiting the universe?
I await a rebuttal besides "evolution had not happened yet" because maybe somewhere else, it had. Thank you

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