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RE: Thus Time Itself Had A Beginning

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on April 13, 2000 02:17:24 UTC

Motion of energy is the movement which I refer to as being the property of the universe which gives us the illusion of time, thus, if it existed before the void changed, it would only be a rearrangement of the universes matter/energy, thus the line drawn between the "sides" of this event have no effect on whether or not time began, it is an illusion which should be refered to with different terminology, disallowing such references to time, this is also supported by the belief that space contracts and expands in response to certain types of energy, thus warping space/time, but I believe space to be nothingness, totally imune to any affects matter may have throughout it, for it is in itself enless and unaffected by anything due to its non-existance. These are my assumptions based purely upon a general knowledge of what science has come to propose, more philosophical than scientific, but as possible as any theory, since we are all basing so much on asumptions we cannot display.

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