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Maybe the ancient thinkers weren't so wrong with their theory about æther...
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+Chris W I'm sorry you feel that way. Goes to show you what education does for a person. Why don't you visit NASA down in Houston, Tx. then tell me it's not all real. I think you need to go back and do some rethinking on what's real and what's not. That is a photo of billions of stars in our own Milky Way. Next you'll tell me the Earth is flat and we have no moon. We are a figment of someones imagination, which might include you. Think what you will. When a huge meteor slams into your back yard...that will be a splatter mess. I'm sure your dog won't do better than that. Good luck on your thinking pattern.
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I wonder if this has a bearing on continental "hot spots."  The proto-Yellowstone calderas might be best-explained with this theory.
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THISE SEEM 2 B GALAXY OF SEVERAL SUN/DAUGHTER(PLANET) WHERE THERE ISE NO DARKNESSE AND READY TO EXPLODE TO ALLOW DARKNESSE FOR AT LEAST 50% OF TIME IN THEIR UNIT  . .
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