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RE: RE: RE: The Edge Of Space

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Posted by Michael Wright on March 15, 2000 01:00:30 UTC

I agree with Ghetalion, but I have one thing to add... When you mention "antimatter," you say that it is
outside of our space. That cannot be true because antimatter was created as well as matter was created
from the big bang. Antimatter is matter; it is not some type of un-matter. What is beyond our universe is,
as was stated, "Absolute Nothing." You stated that some one said the what is beyond space is "antimatter"
when in fact antimatter exists within our universe, outside of it. That`s all I guess. Like I said, just a
minor vocabulary correction {:-)

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