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Re: Infinite Universe Black Holes Attracting And Collide Eventually

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Posted by wem on May 4, 1998 13:28:39 UTC

: If there is a finite universe, that means there has to be an exterior.

Hi seaker, I guess I'll have to bone up a little on my astronomy, because I just do not understand you're first query, but on this one I see the emptiness and nothingness of space as infinite (forever in all directions) so the matter within it is enclosed by the "exterior" although I believe this is a very limited way of putting it. How can you say interior/exterior when the whole is made of eternaly infinite nothingness with matter/somethingness weaved throghout it in a 3d web. I probably make as much sense to you as you do to me huh? Let's try again. Billy :)

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