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A Brief History of Time The main topic that this book made me think of was the creation of the universe and more specifically the precise definition of forever How can forever be forever If forever was created at a specific moment then there had to be something before forever therefor forever could not be considered forever If forever was not created at a specific point in time then it was obviously never created therefor there is no such thing as forever After reading A Brief History of Time I have come up with a theorie about how the universe was created and how it will eventually end Both of these theories have similar properties but two very distinct differences the first theory predicting the end of forever and the second predicting the infinite continuance of forever I am a firm believer in the Big Bang theory so both of my predictions about forever rely heavily on the fact that the Big Bang theory is true and the fact that we have an expandingcontracting universe If you do not believe in these two theories please disregard the following few paragraphs or so because you will probably believe that they are untrue My first prediction of forever creates the universe with the Big Bang In the beginning of time our universe was an infinitely small point compressed within an unthinkably small volume I dont feel the need to explain what triggered the Big Bang and why it occurred because I am already assuming that this theory is true After the universe was created matter instantaneously began to expand and everything was thrust outward away from ground zero As time progresses the speed at which our universe expands decreases at a slow but constant rate I think that this rate is directly related to the ratio of the amount
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