Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

Rodney Wines (R_WINES@TRZCL1)
28 Apr 1995 09:27:05 GMT

In <3no5kf$> stgprao@sugarland.unocal.COM writes:

> Outsiders could use special microscopes to look inside to watch
> the evolution of intelligence. TIme moved faster in this microworld,
> so the inhabitants evolved very fast and eventually figured how to break out.

And the people watching from outside could often switch bodies with people
on the inside, and since time moved much faster in the bubble they could
live the lives of people inside while little time passed on the outside (of
course, this was literally stealing the lives of the people inside, since
they'd spend a short time outside only to return to an aged, or dead,

I didn't think of this when I read the book, so I enjoyed it. I can't
remember the title or author either.

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