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Endless, But Not Infinite.

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Posted by Tomislav Strelar/">Tomislav Strelar on September 24, 1998 16:52:51 UTC

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

Have you consider the possibility that amount of mass is not 0. That is the amount of matter is not equal to the amount of antimatter? Then we will have a finite (endless* of course, but finite) universe. Bing bang happend, and it will happen again, maybe in several instances at once.

*of course you know that endless doesn't mean infinite.

-Tomislav

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