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Universe Periphery

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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on October 20, 2002 18:31:27 UTC

I say the periphery of the universe is similar to a raindrop, merely a discontinuity of the taut-elastic aether fabric. Outside of that, is the Greater Void, perhaps with other balls of aether.

The elastic aether fabric is impelled out proud of the aether ball surface by the wave, then snaps back in, re-injecting the e-m wave into our Universal ball. Conservation is satisfied, and the energy content will never deplete.

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