On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 Spudboy100@aol.com wrote:
> Not to steal from the vastly, distant, future; but when the Star Makers make
> their Star Plantations productive, they seem to have another source of fuel,
> intergalactic, primordial hydrogen. [snip]
There is a lot of it and much of it is ionized making it difficult to
detect. However it may be so diffuse that collecting it would be difficult.
With the universe expanding it is getting more diffuse all the time.
However I don't believe that even generous estimates of its abundance is
enough to close the universe.
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