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03 February 2009


Steven Yew

i have a tiny bit of comment here. most of the astronomers think our universe are 5 dimensional code but to me the universe are more than that. it has to be 30 to 47 dimensional code (or more). cause the universe can change shape at any time. that is why we human races are still looking for the answer.... but actually we could not get any answer, cause the answer are forbidden. we are not allowed to find the answer. if we get to know the answer the universe will be ruin. no more mist and no more adventure to discover. it's true that we are form and part of this suspicious universe.. tell more when i get the whole idea..

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