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Re: DO INDEFINITE CYCLE EXISTS IN THE UNIVERSE?

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Posted by Amy Bennett on May 7, 1997 13:07:55 UTC

: All the theory you beleive in... explain how and why! If you know some good adresses on the WEB that is perfect! Yes infinite cycles exist in the universe. To begin with stars are constantly being reborn and dieing. when one star dies it relaeses alot of energy in to space it also realeses Elements vital to forming stars and planets . The apparent end of a star is acctualy the beginning of new objects in space. Even a star that implodes in a super nova and then collapes into aBlack hole releases light and energy that can begin life for other stars. In the recent mapping of over 16 billion gallexies out side of our own Geometric patterns have been seen.Galexies exist in hexoganal formations in space. The universe is made as if Sheets of honey comb intersected each other in an infinate number of directions. With galexies at every " corner of Each hexagon. E.G * * * * . It is difficult to draw on a computer. * * * * * * Composion and decomposition are symbiotic in this universe. When an animal dies it dies because the cells with in l | | | | | that animal no longer pro duce enough energy to repair proteins and to carry out other * * * * * * life processes. The decaying body realeases gasses so atomically light that they are considered toxic. * * * These gasses are ritch in nitrates and hydrogen isotopes. Hydrogen isotopes in larege concentrated quantities are toxic because their atomic structures are so laden with electrons that they "want " to react with oter elements right away. As soon as these hydrogen isotopes have gained stabillity from "sharing" Electons, they are no longer toxic. And canbe" Recycled or reused by living organisms. This is a cycle that occures on earth , but stars are in a similar | | cycle of Radioactive decay. * * * *

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