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From: "Chris" 
Subject: Re: (urth) No Grand Gnab
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 18:24:25 +0000

This has actually been theorized for quite some time. IIRC some scientists 
were holding on to the idea that there may be enough dark matter in the 
universe to account for the difference in mass needed to bring everything 
back together.

What confuses me about this article is that they seem (or claim) to know 
just how much dark matter there is in the universe - I'm not sure how 
they're coming up with those numbers.


>Unfortunately for those of us who like cyclic universe
>theories, it appears that "The universe will expand
>forever. It will not turn back on itself and collapse
>in a great crunch," according to evidence just being
>released from the anisotropic microwave mapping project.
>Full story at:
>I presume the relevance to things Wolfean is obvious...?

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