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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 5, 2001 12:12:33 UTC

It is either infinity or beginning. You cannot have both tat the same time. It is a logical impossibility to have a beginning of infinite time. So stop mixing them up. You either get one or the other. Both are equally valid. Both are speculations. But the beginning of infinity is not valid.

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