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Re: Re: WAIT A SECOND HERE! MAYBE I'VE GOT SOMETHING!!!

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Posted by Rich on January 12, 2001 03:06:35 UTC

The big bang occurred when a single point of space, which was all the mass in the universe now, concentrated together started to spread out. If, my idea was anywhere near right, if time slowed down to a stop, a big bang wouldn't result. It probably only could result if the universe started to contract into a singularity again.

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