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Posted by Phil.o.soir on October 4, 1999 04:29:41 UTC

I would like to know if wormholes could exist (theoreticaly) if the universe is infinite, I mean, then it would be strait space wouldn't it? Also, it would then also be likely to have perfect circles and places with absolute zero, or is that what black holes are? I hope I don't get ridiculed for thinking this is a site for the layman who is interested in these areas of astrophysics, as well as those who have been formally trained in such things. If I am mistaken, I still will refuse to be pressured off unless the actual sponsor/master directs it. Please, oh please do not try to figure me out or boycot my posts, coming up with a good handle is so hard to do! I guess the host is messing up a little again, one below was sent as a reply, not a new post.

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