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Posted by Al Gobeo on February 5, 2001 01:16:08 UTC

Some do agree that the Universe could very well be a living thing. What kind of evidence could a scientist or astronomer look for to show that the Cosmos is a dynamic growing organism? Also the Universe may very well experience a different time scale that what we here on Earth perceive.

I remember when I was taught as a kid that God mad the world in seven days. Then I was told that one day for God may be billions of years for us.

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