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Posted by Richard Ruquist on January 20, 2003 17:01:07 UTC

Dear Greg,

I apologize for my typing but not my English. The post you are replying to got posted by mistake before I had opportunity to correct the typing mistakes. I will not apologize for using commonly known terms in physics and astronomy.

The universe is so complicated that the best scientists have not been able to figure it out yet. The best available theories of the universe, all verified by experiment and/or astronomical observation, are in fundamental disagreement as to the fundamental constitution of the universe. Please elaborate on why you think the universe is simple.

In fact it is so complicated that I just lost the answers to your questions. They may somehow appear so I will wait before typing out the answers again


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