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    GoodTaste is offline Key Member
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    A Collapsing Star, a Black Hole In Another Universe

    It is hard for me to see the grammatical relationship between "A Collapsing Star, a Black Hole In Another Universe“ and " The Big Bang that Blasted Our Universe Into Existence":

    Does it say "the big bang is a collapsing star, a black hole"? Sounds strange to me.

    The Daily Galaxy‏ @dailygalaxy 11h11 hours ago
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    andrewg927 is offline Senior Member
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    Re: A Collapsing Star, a Black Hole In Another Universe

    You need to read the article to understand what they mean. It's just a tweet and a tweet doesn't have to be grammatical.

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