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Posted by Mario Dovalina on September 7, 2001 19:52:40 UTC

Hi, Alex:

I don't currently know enough astronomy to refute Jisbond's arguments about the nature of the universe, at least to my satisfaction. I don't want to get drawn into a philosophical debate with him, so I was wondering if you could you lend me a hand with the mathematical/physical questions. Specifically about:


Whether or not the Universe requires outside intervention to come into being.

Whether or not something can come from nothing.

Whether the matter or energy that expanded into our current universe may have existed in one form or another forever.

Thanks.

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