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Re: Re: Re: Killer Theory

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 3, 2001 17:14:41 UTC

The latest in science is that the universe is flat and always has been. Yet the amount of mas and energy in the universe, which according to general relativity controls that flatness, has been changing considerably of the billions of years of its existence. So what is it that keeps the universe flat? That's the Omega Problem.

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