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Posted by Bruce Jensen/">Bruce Jensen on May 23, 1997 15:11:26 UTC

: For me it is easy to Understand , that Blackholes : and Quazars are Engines that keep our Universe alive, : every thing in the Universe is a copy of each other,for : example what keep our World alive is in part the : fertilize from plants and animals, we eat we fertilize : like the others animals. This happens in others planets with : people like us . Blackholes eats , Quazars fertilize. : Thats is a Universal law. In the Other Side another : Universe, with no matter only pure Energy , their is : where "THE MASTER OF ALL UNIVERSES LIVES".

: This is an interesting bit of philosophy; is it scientifically testable, provable, reproducible? If it is a theory, what experiment can be conducted on it and what is the predicted result? My opinion is that unless it can be independently tested and proven to ANY observer, then as a theory it is untenable and falls apart...BJ : That is where we go when we died, our energy "Soul, spirit, : what ever you want to call it,I will like to use : the WORD< MASTER> AND ENERGY, the others words had been : use for Human kind, so much for their own economic benefits. : That I like more my words. : This is a Theory Why not?

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