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Re: (WEM) Theory Of Theories

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Posted by camshron on April 5, 1998 21:46:37 UTC

Just one point, you believe the universe is infinite, but you also believe, that the big bang theory is partly correct. So if the universe began at the big bang how can it be infinite now, that means the expansion of the universe had to be infinite, which is pretty fast.

When you say the universe is infinite, do you mean that spacet-time goes on forever, or that the universe consisting of stars and glaxies goes on forever. Well if you mean the latter then it means there are an infinite number of stars in the universe. This would mean that the star would be ablaze whith light because evrery direct line of sight would fall upon the surface of a star.

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