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Re: Cosmology - In Depth

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Posted by Matthew on September 28, 1997 05:39:02 UTC

The length of time the big bang existed cannot be measured and this is ponly a thought because before it thoeretcially nothing existed including time . What is the "switch" theory that you have ? The finite theory is the one in regards to the thought that the universe is shrinking/ or has a limited amount of materials right ?

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