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Re:Pre Universe => Collapse => Big Bang => Universe => Collapse => Etc....

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Posted by Science=Religion/">Science=Religion on September 24, 1998 09:13:21 UTC

: : : Back to the discussion: : : Since the Universe is infinit it cannot expand or shrink, and therfor it can't create a new Big Bang. : : Since the Univers allways has been inifite, a Big Bang could never have occurd. : : (see original message why the universe must be infite)

: : Please respond.

: Universe is NOT infinite. Please be more specific: why is it not infinite? Since the total mass/enegery = 0, the universe must be infinite.

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