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RE: No, Not Very Smart!!

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Posted by Notes from the mind on April 11, 2000 12:52:27 UTC

It is more logical to beleive that the matter that now exists has always existed. If there were a big bang, that would mean that something had to have existed in order for the big bang to happen. I agree that the matter has always existed, and that it will always exist, even though it may change form.

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