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Re: Will The Universe Expand For Ever???Why???

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Posted by billy/">billy on July 20, 1998 13:13:59 UTC

: : The universe is made up of two factors, matter and nothingness, : : the matter resides throughout the space of nothingness which : : goes on indefitely, but the matter will contract back to its center uless another more powerful : : force gets ahold of it during its expansion and pulls parts or all of it out of its place of current residence. : : So no, the matter in our universe will not expand forever, and in fact our universe (supercluster of galaxies) : : is quite young compaired to many others, although I am sure there are others even younger and even being born/dying at this very momoent : : in space/time. : : Billy :)?

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: Why is thre so many universes. : Universe is everything. There cannot be many different unverses.

Must there be a reason? As if we human beings are so important that the reason would apply to us (life).

: : If the unverse keeps on expanding. The distance will be too much for the forces of gravity to act upon. (g= m1*m2/distance)

Expanding, this mainstream thought is absurd and is only accepted because "they" want the "big bang" theory to hold water (in essence, a way to keep the faith (religion?)). Do you accept that the universe and all those billion billions of galaxies in every point from our site originated from a single place in space/time while the rest of the universe (the infinite nothingness) awaited its return.

: If the distance happened to be close to infinity the gravitational forces will be nill

And this is correct, it is infinite, and nihl.


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