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Re: Reply To Billy

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Posted by William G Melchiorsen Jr on May 29, 1998 11:34:30 UTC

: In response to your interior/exterior query: there IS NO END. Look at your mathmatical theories/equations and you will find a (location) called 0 (zero).!!! This in itself defines limitations. What I want to know, if within these "locations" there is a posibility of a collision of "collected masses" is there not the occurance of a "Big Bang"??????

Of course! look at atoms, there is only the difference of scale in thier function, but then scale allows for many other things to happen, laws are different at dif scales, the one we exist in is in a very small part, perfect for life (as we know it) so yes big bangs happen all the time, did you see about that humungous explosion last month was it, now we are starting to see the real power the universe has, ten billion times more powerful than the estimated Big bang! WOW! Gotta go, my young son is destrying things here in the lab Billy.

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