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Posted by Andy Kidd on October 18, 2002 01:08:03 UTC

cosmologists are considering something like that, seeing as they may have to ressurect einstein's 'cosmic constant' [which is the virtual equivalent] to make their 'big bang' work [although now (i think to 'save face') they are dreaming up 'dark matter' and and 'dark energy' and giving anti-gravity properties to space and such?] as more plausible ideas.

I'm prepared to sit back and take all of it with a grain of salt until they REALLY get it all figured out [if they ever do... and until then i'm just going to laugh at the likes of that steve hawkings guy and all the other blow-hards that think they know it all].

Gee... i must have got up on the wrong side of the bed today!

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