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RE: RE: RE: What You Said Is Not New

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Posted by Chris D. on March 31, 2000 19:37:50 UTC

When you talk about light not moving faster than the ever-expanding boundries of our universe, my question is: Is the Void(the absolute vacuum of witch not even the background radiation of the big bang has reached) outside the boundries of the universe part of the universe? Or is it a seperate entity that has a different name that every other enlightened person knows the name of, but my dumb Language Removed doesn`t know it?? Can it be that people think in such small terms that they can`t concieve the Void is infinite in all four dimensions and the "universe" is actually all energy and matter from the big bang trying to overcome it?

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