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RE: RE: The Edge Of Space

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Posted by Moron boy. on March 13, 2000 01:27:35 UTC

For part of what you said , that is what I was trying to express. As far as what`s expanding and what`s contracting , That may very well be the case , but we don`t know. It`s kind of funny to me that there is something that we can`t know.

Just the very fact that someone has named what is beyond space as `antimatter` means that it has to be something. You don`t give a name to something that doesn`t exist , right? Except for children and their imaginary friends , this seems to hold true.
Antimatter is Science`s imaginary friend :)

I dunno , I am just rambling and typing things in as I think of them.

Thanks for replying.

Moron Boy.

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