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Posted by Richard Y. Simpson/">Richard Y. Simpson on June 3, 1999 16:27:28 UTC

: :Reference is made to a CNN article about our universe : :expanding.It suggests that there is an unknown happen- : :ing causing a rethinking of the age of our universe. : :Since BLACK HOLES are so far away from any S2/S3 : :Galactic entities,and are extremly dense relative to : :any known object... It may be a CLUE to the FIFTH : :FODCE.....WHAT DO YOU THINK?.... I am amazed how much mathematics is involved with the structure of the universe. It is a beautiful thing. My response to your question is the following. All forces exist as a possibility as well as a probability. The fundamental force is light who I theorize is a force of it's own. Therefore there are actually already 5 forces. Maybe black holes are the sixth force!! treemagcom

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