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Universe=quark?

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Posted by mike/">mike on October 14, 1999 01:41:41 UTC

just a thought. seems to me that the universe as we know it could be the result of a collision of particles in a nuclear accelerator. we know that as the speed of light is approched time slows down for the object that is traveling through space. therefore the atoms that are accelerated at close to the speed of light thier "time" would slow. was the big bang the result of sub-atomic particles colliding in another -(plane?) universe? do we create universes in our linear accelerators? just some thoughts/questions

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