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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Duniverse Cosmology

Just as our real universe is believed to be doing, the Duniverse continues to expand. And as in the real world, this expansion is being accompanied by a decrease in density; less substance per volume, in other words.

Unlike the real universe, whose rate of expansion is thought to be decreasing, the Duniverse continues to expand at a rate of one volume per year.

Some theorize that in the real universe there occurs some spontaneous creation of a few new hydrogen atoms; such new matter would increase the content of the universe and decrease somewhat the rate of the decrease in density. In the Duniverse, however, each new creation simply furthers the decline in substance.

Aren't analogies fun?


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