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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 24, 2001 13:04:46 UTC

The nonuniformity of the universe is such an OBVIOUS truth, that I cannot understand how you can argue against it. You are the one who said that you read it in all the books. So I take that to be an admission that you just bekieve what you read without really thinking about it. The only thing that now seems to be uniform in the universe is its space. Nothing else. It just flabergasts me that you can argue against that point.

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