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Posted by Chris Duncan on October 21, 2002 03:38:36 UTC

What you are saying is basically what Einstein said in his general theory of relativity, right?

I don't see how things would speed up the farther away from where they started...when you throw a ball, it doesn't gain speed as it gets farther from you, it slows down...and to say that celestial objects are moving a speeds relative to center of the universe would imply that there was a "big bang"...Are you with like mind as Sam and believe that the universe was created in 6 days, or do you believe in evolution?

I just don't want to get mixed up.

Warm Regards,


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