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~ More GOOD News ~

Science may be catching up to revelation! The "Big Bounce," a cyclical model of the physical universe, similar to the respiring cosmos revealed in The Urantia Book, is being projected by recent advances in computer technology. And this research is being conducted by such venerable scientific institutes as Max Planck. These are quotes from an article appearing in the August 2020 issue of QUANTA magazine:

"...In a cyclic universe, periods of expansion alternate with periods of contraction."

"...Over the last year and a half, a fresh view of the cyclic, or ‘ekpyrotic,’ universe has emerged from a collaboration between Steinhardt, Anna Ijjas, a cosmologist at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Germany, and others — one that achieves renewal without collapse."

"...Steinhardt now feels optimistic that the model will soon offer a viable alternative to the multiverse. 'The roadblocks I was most worried about have been surpassed,' he said."

"...We are left with a cosmos that has no beginning, no end, no singularity at the Big Bang, and no multiverse."

Read the full article: https://www.quantamagazine.org/big-bounce-simulations-challenge-the-big-bang-20200804

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