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Re: The Edges Of The Universe Or Universe's?

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Posted by Mitch/">Mitch on December 24, 1999 18:46:28 UTC

: To understand the edge of the Universe's, we must except the possibility that there are infinite edges and that only one common point exist. That point is the center of the Universe's. The event horizon is likely different on a series of Black Holes and Universes that have one Point Of Origin. To find this point of origin, we must only use the ellipticle path theory of Kepler and apply it to the motion of our Galaxy and surrounding galaxy's within our measurable view. NOTE: One black hole = one Galaxy. Hence, One universe = multiple Galaxy's = mutiple universe's. Question: Has this hypothesis been considered and does the math work? Is it possible that the spiral of galaxies in reverse are the opposite sides of the event horizon?

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