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Posted by Michael Davies on August 22, 2004 14:25:57 UTC

Ok, I know this sounds dumb, but what if the universe is just a tiny bit of something way bigger. I do not entirely agree with the theory of the big bang, b'coz you must ask yourself, where does the universe end. It must end somewhere rite? I believe that at the end of our universe, is the begining of another.

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