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Re: More Than One Universe?

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Posted by Dirk Sundbaum/">Dirk Sundbaum on April 1, 1999 02:38:02 UTC

To whom, I won't enter into a debate on how the Universe was created other than to say that if one accepts the theory that the Universe was the result of a big bang, then is there any logical reason that this couldn't have happened more than once? That would assume that there was enough mass to cause the Universe to eventually collapse back into one point. Considering the vastness of space, is there any logical reason that there couldn't be more than one Universe? The reason that I question this, is the pictures I have seen of two Galaxies colliding. If all the galaxies in this Universe are moving away from the single point of the origin of the "Big Bang" and, consequently, moving away from each other, then you should not be able to have two galaxies on a collision course. The only way for this to be possible, in my humble opinion, is to have more than one point of origin which suggests more than one galaxy and more than one "Big Bang". I would appreciate your thoughts concerning this idea. Thank you,

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