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The Universe & Maximum Entropy

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A lot of questions have come about TIME. There are cycles that are fixed as in Benchmarks but they undergo a cycle inversion process themselves and produce opposite events. Then there is the transverse wave that expands and contracts. What about the Universe? To put it simply, based upon the existence of cycles and wave motion, Big Bang with regard to the Universe will most likely reach a point of maximum entropy and will then reverse direction and implode. From there it would then explode and start all over again. To simply expand into infinity makes no sense when nothing else functions that way. It is just like throwing a ball into the sky. It will run out of energy and gravity will overcome the object bringing back down. I have seen nothing to suggest there can be any exception to these fundamental principles of how things function.