A Crack in the Universe

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A Crack in the Universe

Unread postby Cargo » Sat May 13, 2017 10:01 pm

Could we be seeing the beginning of a small rift in established theories that finally allow greater questions. While the debate among the Great Gods of Science Nobility stills clings to the fatality of a Beginning or other Big Bang'ism, there can be doubt that at least now, finally, some one is stating the obvious.

Personally, any thoughts which leads to multiverse or other such nonsense is just that. But still, at least we finally have an open debate.

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