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Posted by HD on June 8, 1998 08:50:37 UTC

Just out of curiousity, has anyone else considered the possibility that "existence" gets smaller and bigger infinitly. For example, the neutrino (i think thats what it is called) was first thought to have no mass. Recently it has been discovered that is does have a mass. And at one time we thought our galaxy was the ONLY galaxy. Now some people think our UNIVRESE is the ONLY universe. Maybe everything is part of something else, and its a cycle. For example, universes could make up Mega-universes, which make up something else, which make up something else, which make up Atoms. Thoughts?

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