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RE: RE: Whiteholetheory

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Posted by Atri on October 2, 2000 07:32:51 UTC

It is highly probable that all of space is an expanding boundary which, itself, exists inside of another boundary, which is also a vessel of time, which if it could be viewed by any human from the place where it was generated may look no bigger than the size of the head of a pin.

So: for anyone to be able to imagine that space is vast they would have to first escape from the boundaries of time and then look at what the universe is.

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Atri

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