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Re: The Shape Of The Universe

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Posted by Jimmy Of York on November 2, 1999 00:19:04 UTC

: Well, we think that your idea is interesting but we are wondering what is beyond your "sphere"? What lies on the outer edges of the universe if it is not infinite space?

It could be anything, Kinda like space, if we didn't know about the 3rd dimention we would have no idea what was above earth (space)

so, there is no way to tell, maybe it is simply some infinate space of anti-gravity which is constantly causing space to expand

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