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Posted by Mohamad Shahrustami bin Mohd Nadzeri/">Mohamad Shahrustami bin Mohd Nadzeri on December 21, 1999 05:56:25 UTC

'Space' was the infinite value that we're know. But I have my own opinion about space. In addition to Einstein Thory for mass that effected the space-time which makes space-time curve, I predict that space develops by expannsion of mass that effect space itself. Our universe was one of space that develop in other space that exists before our universe begin. The previous space will reduced it volume by its 'antispace' action. 'Antispace' will suck the space to balancing the development of new space. Black holes were one example of 'antispace'. In antispace , the time was stopped because space and time are twined.

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