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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: What Do You See

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Posted by Beelzebub X on August 18, 2000 17:35:44 UTC

"Exploding into angry words"? I wasn`t angry, I only like to provoke :)=)
And English is not my native language, sometimes I misunderstand something and/or I don`t find the right words…but with a little bit cleverness everybody can understand me :)=)

"Too quick"? But the most logical solution is that the universe is endless! I see no contradiction for that theory! Hmm, the background radiation could be all, perhaps it`s only the edge of a local region of the entire universe…

I see no reason to believe that the universe expands!!!!!!

Black Holes: The only thing they have is that they recognized a possible side effect of a black hole. Perhaps that`s really a black hole, perhaps it`s something other!
If "an ant on an orange" smells something sweet, then the ant believes it`s sugar but perhaps it`s only sweet poison! You can think or believe - what do you prefer?

You did read my previous posts? How many? I hope you read only the last two or three!
Because here is the NEW Beelzebub…I have nothing to do with that old crazy guy!!!! :)=)

You asked yourself if you are blind or smart? No problem, answer to this question and we all will know: "WHAT DO YOU SEE???"

No reason to apologize! I get what I deserve…and I get what I want :)=)
You want me more calm, objective and empirical…pfffffff…you can not have all…

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