I have created this to have a decent sized space to explain the Universe theory that I stand by does NOT apply to Andrews post.
It seems Andrewcgs can't get a point, but I'll try.
The theory that I stand by suggests that the university expands and contracts in an infinite cycle. This infinite cycle, however, did have a starting point. This can be explained using a number line that includes both positive and negative numbers.
Let's assume that the negative numbers represent the "Time" when there was no universe. 0(a number which is not positive or negative) represents the point at which the cycle was kicked off. Every positive number represents a universe.
Since there was a kick off point, matter and mass did not always exist. However, it is impossible to know what happened at our "0 Hour" because we cannot look back. We could be Universe 1. We could be Universe 100. We could be Universe 100,000,000. We can't know which one we are either, because it is impossible to look back at the the ones that came before us to see how many there are. Why? Because those universes have systematically erased and replaced with the next one, the new one being in the same spot the previous one was. It is, therefore, impossible to know both what Universe we are on the line, and what the catalyst was that got the ball rolling.. Any clarifications needed, just leave a comment.
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