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"big Crunch" Might Have Already Taken Place

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 8, 2001 05:03:28 UTC

...'The three Friedmann models have enormous appeal because they're so easy to understand. They also predict the ultimate fate of the universe: it will expand forever only if the density is less than or equal to the critical value. Otherwise the days of an expanding universe are numbered because this high density model will expand only to certain maximum size and then contract into a "big crunch" ("big bang" in reverse) at some future date at least tens of billions of years from today.....'
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I am prompted to believe that this "big crunch" might have already taken place. I do not know how many times but it makes sense according to Islamic inferences to such a happening. It seems that the heavens are described as a scroll or scrolls and that the angels question Allah (G_D) as to if Allah (G_D) will create ones (animal kingdom including mankind) who will shed blood therein. It is not too detailed but the saying seems to imply that there may have been such creations as animals or humanoids before.

Regards,
Jisbond

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