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Could Be Our Universe Is Part Of Chain Reaction

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 19, 2005 15:29:00 UTC

Thinking this through, and putting out further thoughts...
I could be our Universe is part of a chain reaction that is instantaneously happening in the infinite upon infinite array of origins. Time particle has breached infinity (from our standpoint) through null space and intersected another origin in this matrix which will cause further happenings in starting another universe. If it is all possible to think, by placing oneself outside this array it may appear to be happening instaneously...in which case I can call it Time to Origin Intersect Theory. TOIT...lol. But maybe that is same difference as Instaneous Origin Displacement.

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