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Posted by Paul on October 22, 2003 18:16:11 UTC

Thank you for your input, beleive me, it really helps me on this quest for understanding.

You say that Space was not created until after the Big Bang, thats a good argument BUT...
If the energy package has always existed (a popular beleive) it must have existed somewhere. If it existed somewhere, than the area that the energy package occupied(s) must have already existed. If the area that it occupied(s)did not exist, how can the energy package its self exist?


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