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Steady State Theory Of God

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 18, 2004 16:31:17 UTC

God so designed each universe that it would perish from his sight.

That seems to be a logical conclusion from the discovery of Dark Energy turning our universe into a runaway expansion.

I am not bothered by an infinity of universes. But the fact that time is semi-infinite does not mean that the number of universes are infinite for there could be natural extinction mechanisms like runaway expansion that eliminate universes leaving a steady state number of universes.

However, if the space of God, what I have called hyperspce is infinite, then the number of universes is also infinite. It is then the density of universes that remians in a steady state.

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