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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on March 26, 2001 01:05:38 UTC

What do you this then says about the nature of space as we know it. And are you not actually saying that the universe you can observe is homogeneous . Does this include what we call
darkmatter. Also let me see if I have a definition
of darkmatter correctly, to put it sortly darkmatter does not radiate light energy. Does that include matter such as asteriods planets
and moons.PLease answer this one at the top
of the forum. Thanks for all the links and infromation you have sent me over time.Someday
I will have time to look at them all thourghly.
But right now I am working on a masters in Psychology and working.

thanks and later Edward

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