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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on March 25, 2001 14:52:36 UTC

I have to agree I see no reason to belive the universe can be anything near homogenous. Also
please state exactly what you mean by isotropic.
The main problem I see is the difference in the gravity feilds around each different mass. The picture of the universe would be modulated by
the combination of all these different interacting
forces. There is a chance that the unverse may at some time may become homogenous and or symetrical
but it will not exsist that way for long. I think
the problem we are running into is mathmeticains
who are trying to fit the exsisting universe into
the one predicted by there equations.

P.S. Yanniru I agree with you on this one point,
but on the whole i find Bruce's arguements to
be more resonable, you seem to be one who ultimately relies on faith to predict your world
and people like that scare me


Live Long and Prosper
Peace and Love
May you live in interesting times
and
Later Edward

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