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Perhaps You Mean The Cyclic Universe?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 8, 2003 22:05:23 UTC

One of the authors is Stenmark- not sure about spelling. This is a multi-dimensional universe in which there are two 3-d universes that cycle away and towards each other. We are now in an away part of the cycle.

This is the latest, perhaps greatest new cosmology. There is not a single crunch or bang but instead a series of what might be perceived as bangs and crunches if anyway perceiving being were available for perception during such intense processes. Search for cyclic cosmology for more info. So will I.

yanniru

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