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Re: The Whole Visible Universe

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Posted by Al Gobeo on January 19, 2001 03:45:32 UTC

Lets look at it this way.

The two poles of the Universe, one being "Active" the other being "passive"

We who are part of the Active will see the Universe as we see it, expanding in all directions, from any point we choose to think about. There's no EDGE.

Do magnetic lines of force have "Edges",
the answer is no.

The Passive part of the Universe would be in contraction and Time would flow backward.

The Active and Passive Universe would be separated by "long lines of gravitational-magnetic densities, what we call would call "Black Holes".

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