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Posted by Ehlenberger on September 29, 1998 22:26:44 UTC

My backround is in Mathematics and Physics, I am trying to refute my own idea. Assume that the Universe is a singularity; ie black hole space. A S-T hyper-sphere or other S-T geometry bubble is formed equivalent to the BB. Since scaling for the laws of physics may be relative in this situation, an infinite sequence of ...BHS-ST-BHS-ST... may be possible. The end of the Universe would be a big crunch with the collapse of BHS approaching the speed of light. This is a bizzare but not so bizzare idea.

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