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RE: To Many Assumptions

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on April 8, 2000 15:56:34 UTC

There seems to be a reasoning behind your theory, although they are based upon assumptions which are very speculative. The first and most important is that at one point in the present the universe was a complete void. Also there is the assumption that the universe is a closed system and that it is warped due to this enclosure.
Then there is the numrical basis of point zero which is based upon the time or moment before the "void" "created" a non-void, there is really no such thing as zero, it is a concept which allows the rest of mathmatical priniples to be based upon, in reality there is no point or existance of it, it is only a reference for lack of our knowledge about so many needed references such as what space/time is. As far as the use of our solar system as a harmonic synthesis, it is only one system in many we are aware of, and takes its points on objects of ones choice rather than what is really involved in the mechanics of our solar system, comets and extra terrestial asteroids are a good example, unless they are accounted for like the sudden and unexpected shift in tempo, harmony, and degree such as in Hyden`s surprize :)

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