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Big Flash Theory - Evolution

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Posted by Sam Gentry on February 9, 2005 00:51:26 UTC

Shouldn't it be called the Big Flash Theory since nobody was around to hear it? And can you hear anything in space? Any my point is universe has to come from somewhere. Now the new theory is that black hole do let the matter out at some point. For example: A black hole eats a star and lets out a gamma ray burst. Could that star be a galaxy in another universe? And the gamma ray burst is like a burp. There are many black holes in the universe. Maybe it is a way to compress data, so to speak. Our universe could be a part inside of an atom of another world, and so on. And I'm not religious, but that would NOT make us gods of the worlds within our own atoms. Because our own atoms will live a lot longer than us. We are just but an evolutionar step. Look at the Earths delicate eco-system. Our particles will be around forever, what are the odds of them all meeting back up? We will be obsolete at some point. My point is nothing really matters except enjoying your time on Earth and letting others too.

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