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    >Kinda like SimCity.<

    I love that game....
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    I run SimCity 3000 UK version. It's cool!

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    Btw, this (originally not my) theory does make sense.
    Assuming it's true, it'd explain (and simplify) many things we don't understand yet.

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    yes, but where did the life that created us come from????
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    If we don't know how we were created or by whom then how on Earth or wherever are we going to know anything about him/her/they/it or nothing?!

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    Look:

    There was nothing, ok:

    NOTHING = 0

    ...but 0 = -1 +1 (Yin-Yang)

    ...and +1 = 0.002 + 0.00000035 + 0.00000000121 + ....
    ...as well -1 = -0.00005 + (-0.0000341) + (-0.0021002) + .....
    now randomly add positive and negative parts, and you get infinite random numbers.

    Generalizing these, will lead to eastern (budhist) theories about the Universe, Materia and how it started.

    When once all negative parts come together (-1) and all positive ones as well (+1), the material world will collapse, only the sublimed idea will exist: that's NIRVANA.

    NIRVANA, the absolute peace.

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    we are just circling through time, in the beginning the universe was created and in the end it will be destroyed, at which point it will be created again and the same evoloution will take place. Therefore we will all be having this conversation again in 10 billion years time. And we have already had this conversation an unknown number of times before.
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    An interesting theory C_Coder... remotely possible too.

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    >same evoloution will take place.<

    How can you be sure that all the exactly right elements will come together in the same way????? And if humans exist for another billion years, or even a million, i strongly believe we will have the technology to travel to other universes, and save humans from extinction.
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    There are a hell of a lot of ifs, buts and maybes about the origins of the universe, life on other planets and so forth... we can debate forever what is possible or most likely but it's nlikely we'll have the technology to find out what really happened. Not within the next few hundred years at least...

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    i strongly believe we will have the technology to travel to other universes, and save humans from extinction.
    even travalling at the speed of light it would take millions of years to travel to the end of our universe that we have discovered and how much more of it lies beyond that?
    and as the universe is expanding those distances are being increased rapidly, no all will be destroyed before we have even travelled to another solar system, unless of course we discover how to use particle teleportation to other systems and though possible it has been shown that there is not enough energy in our solar system to power such a device, as we know it.
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    It doesn't really matter what happenes inbetween, the BEGINNING and the END what really counts.

    As it starts to end, and it ends to start...

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    I don't really see why people are so desperate to see what lies beyond our galaxy...

    ...it doesn't bother me a hell of a lot because I don't need that kind of knowledge to get through the day. There are so many theories is it really worth debating those as we have so little evidence of what is actually there or not there as the case may be?

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    Like an INTELLIGENCE searching for clues...Maybe the Universe itself tries to find out the reason, why does IT exist, therefore creates huge "logical circuits" (L.I.F.E.) and puts them to work.
    Endless loop...

    What about this one? ;)

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    >> I don't really see why people are so desperate to see what lies beyond our galaxy...

    From my point of view, each lifeform has this "curiousity" native. Just another piece from the BIG CIRCUIT, searching for THE ANSWER (see above).

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