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Re: Reply To Billy

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Posted by seaker/">seaker on May 7, 1998 18:39:57 UTC

In response to your interior/exterior query: there IS NO END. Look at your mathmatical theories/equations and you will find a (location) called 0 (zero).!!! This in itself defines limitations. What I want to know, if within these "locations" there is a posibility of a collision of "collected masses" is there not the occurance of a "Big Bang"??????

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