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It Is Still AM In A Day Of God's Time

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 18, 2003 00:40:26 UTC

In agreement with the cyclic universe of Sternhardt, the universe expands all morning, slows to a halt at noon, and contracts in the afternoon.

By nightfall the universe is too compressed for consciousness.

It shrinks until midnight and then begins re-expansion in what looks like a big bang to intelligent life billions of years later lookin' back intime with their telescopes.

All predicted by the cyclic universe, the latest cosmology.

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