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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on February 15, 2003 20:55:13 UTC

maybe its just cold compared to us or our star or some other star being hot, may7be past threads of space time? where earth and the sun wer 10,000 years ago both in size and place in the continuum? maybe the improved question is what is a quark, and what is your definition of anti-matter?

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