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Posted by Gary Conner on April 12, 2004 07:23:05 UTC

universe must possess a mass of at least 10-93 grams to explain current rate of expansion. infinity is, indeed, a concept. it merely represents a point at which mathematical models cannot define. a singularity is a good example. but, quantum theory does not allow singularities. they would be fixed and definable. space time would be severely curved, but not fixed or perfectly ordered in such a place.

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