Cyclic Cosmology
In a number of memeticities and religions, the idea that the universe undergoes periodic cycles of emergence and dissolution. This implies that the cosmos is a closed universe, for which the evidence seems to be lacking. Some cyclo-omegists have suggested that there were a number of previous cycles, but now the universe will expand forever, in order to guarantee a perpetual divinised consummation.
 
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Text by M. Alan Kazlev

Initially published on 24 September 2001.