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How many star are there in the universe?
On Sunday, September 2, 2018 at 1:57:33 AM UTC-5, The Starmaker wrote:
Actually, I don't know how many stars there are in the universe..
but I can tell you the number is an even number.
For every star born, a twin is born.
You can actually draw a straight line between one star and it's twin.
For every star that dies, it's twin dies also.
In other words, our sun has a twin. An exact twin, an identical twin if you will.
That twin might be at the other side somewhere but a straight line will point to it.
All stars have twins that a straight line can point to.
Please may we talk about outer space?
You are not talking about space because you are a space case!
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