The forum is back online

You can find it up and running here. Thanks to Edd and Phil for restoring it!

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8 responses to “The forum is back online”

  1. Joseph K. H. Cheng says :

    Thanks a lot, Phil for the hard work in restoring the FORUM.

  2. Pat says :

    Thanks Phil!!! And all the Zookeepers and our Mods and assistant mods!!!

  3. EricFDiaz says :

    Thank you Edd and Phil for your hard work.

  4. Adam Primus says :

    Good news indeed; thanx to all those who helped make it so.
    p.s. …& welcome back Eric 😉

  5. elizabeth siegel says :

    YeSSSSSSSSS we are back.

  6. EricFDiaz says :

    Thank you, Adam. 😉

  7. Gabor Toth says :

    I think i found a SN in a picture, where can i show it to the proper person?
    Have a nice day!

  8. Shiva_H_Vishnu says :

    I have a question I would like to present to the Forum in general. Please don’t take it too lightly or consider it a farce, I have asked many Astronomers in both Arizona and California of their opines regarding this thought and would just like to open it for discussion.

    Since we know we are in some point of time in the “Observable Universe” ((the 14+ Billion year zone of observance) that goes back to (theoretically) the Big Bang)) is it not possible that their is an infinite number of “Big-Bang” areas perhaps spaced about throughout the infinite universe?

    We are at a point in our technology that it may soon be possible to observe even great distances.

    My point is: Our Universe Area may be just part of an infinite number of Big Bangs in a Multiverse.

    Thank you for your consideration.

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