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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on August 15, 2001 07:45:34 UTC

Right now, as we go back and forth with our thoughts in this forum, there are Scientist's who are looking back into time with telescopes. They believe that they are looking so far back in time that they are getting close to the 'Big Bang'. Pay attention to their descriptions of what they see. It's absolutely amazing.

Two things I suspect may happen.

1. They will go so far back that they will get past the 'Big Bang', if possible, and see 'Nothing'.

2. At the moment they see beyond the 'Big Bang', they will give up, and simply become believers with a religious connotation, throw out 'Their Shovels' when they can't dig any further. I hope my meaning is taken well here. There has to be a stopping point (Or starting point). Then again who knows what they will find.

They are searching just like wee are. They just use a different set of tools.

Another thought to ponder:

Is it possible that the 'Spiritual Light' and the 'Big Bang' are the same thing? Could be. It's just a different belief trail. Isn't it...

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