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Author Topic:   Big Bang or Big Dud? A study of Cosmology and Cosmogony - Origins
Darwin Storm
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03-20-2002 2:12 AM

Here is an interesting question. If the universe is a zero sum game, and if it result of a singularity event, then , under the right conditions, would it be posssible to generate another universe artificially?
I know this sounds extreme, but think about this, we are able to generate temperatures and enviromental extremes with particle accelerators that haven't been naturally seen since the birth of the universe. Given a few centuries, and advances of particle physics yet to come, I wonder if it would be possible. Mind you, this is just idle speculation.

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