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Re: The Shape Of The Universe

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Posted by charles terry/">charles terry on February 10, 2000 18:10:26 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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