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Posted by Morgan Storey/">Morgan Storey on January 18, 2000 17:51:30 UTC

No they don't make time... they just make it flow there is a difference.

: That's the bit I disagree with. To try and put it another way. In the first few thousand years after the big bang there where no Black Holes, was there time? I think so.

Time still exhisted it was just maybe not moving, and their is also the theory that the big bang started out as one big blackhole, it would after all have been an anomily just like the ones in blackholes. Maybe (this is were my theory gets stretched to it's limit) when there was the bang time flowed out with the primodial matter, causing time to be flung to the furtherst reaches of the universe. OR maybe the other theory holds true that small holes were formed during this bang, and they helped time "flow"

: Abian as it was now termed was discovered... well actually I'd say it's effects were discovered or it's shadow as it is smaller than a Quark. the article was nice and vague.

: I really am quite interested in this. Abian was a well known pain in the Language Removed on news://sci.astro. he was a briliant mathematician but not so good at Physics. A certain James "Kibo" Parry spent a lot of time debunking Abian. He might be interested this as well.

I looked for the url, But failed to find it, I'll look again, can't remeber which search engine I searched it with. And don't know if it was legit.

: To finish this I will quote one very famous and Intelligent person, "The greatest pain, is the pain of a new idea." Edison.

: True. I personally go with Carl Sagan when he pointed out that being a world expert does not MAKE you right.

And as I said previously, your opinion, is not always right, Iam happy to discuss, but don't discount till you have irefutable evidence. Keep an open scientific mind, don't always believe all the popularly held theories. 100 years ago there was a very highly regarded theory that man would never fly at or faster than the speed of sound. well wat do you know?

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