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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I Have One Problem With That.

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Posted by Michael Wright on November 27, 2000 18:10:28 UTC

I am not assuming that there is nothing the edge of the universe that which we can observe. I am saying that there is no edge to the universe in classical terms because the big bang which created the universe created space-time and created *existence.* There might be an edge to the universe in relativistic terms since we seem to have a cosmic speed limit (speed of light) but you can't speak of an "edge" then, just a beginning.

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