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#31    Kismit

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Posted 19 August 2003 - 11:19 AM

  Good point Kaj,
  I find it harder to believe in a nothing if the Universe ever where to disintergrate . I personnally feel that Black holes may play a greater part in the Universe than we realise . I feel the Universe to be elastic in some way capable of increasing and decreasing in never ending cycle . Far easier to believe in than absolute nothing ..


#32    Kaj

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Posted 22 August 2003 - 03:34 PM

QUOTE (Kismit @ Aug 19 2003, 11:19 AM)
Good point Kaj,
  I find it harder to believe in a nothing if the Universe ever where to disintergrate . I personnally feel that Black holes may play a greater part in the Universe than we realise . I feel the Universe to be elastic in some way capable of increasing and decreasing in never ending cycle . Far easier to believe in than absolute nothing ..

Blackholes are the most powerful things that we ever heard of.
Surely they have many secrets that we donīt know of.
Their purpose could be important.
They are really interesting to me.


FAQ Blackholes.....  One Theorie About Them Anyway

We are just farts in space and time.



Be nice !

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Posted 26 August 2003 - 03:32 PM

Imagination taking control....

Thinking about everything having an equal and oppostie reaction... good has its evil... yin has its yang... push has its pull...

Is there a "White Mountain"?

Is there a place (wormhole type thing) where matter shoots out?  Like it gets sucked into a black hole and then a million light years away stuff is shot back out causeing objects to travel in a different direction... colliding with other stuff?

What's the opposite of a black hole?





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