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Re: More Than One Universe

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Posted by Bill M./">Bill M. on January 11, 1998 22:13:25 UTC

In regards to the queastionable article;More than one Universe. How is it one should say that the universe was started by the Primordial Atom and the Big Bang. I find it difficult to assume a mass of matter existed with no explanation as to its origin. Should we not ascertain first the origins of matter in its simplest form before suggesting the cause and effect relationship of the Big Bang?

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