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Re: You Know How The Farther Something Is Away, The Faaster It Recedes From You...

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Posted by Questioner on December 30, 1999 21:35:06 UTC

hmm... so either way, we have to break some physics law or another... If there was infinite energy in the universe, wouldn't that mean there would be an infinite amount of mass in the universe?

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