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oscillating universe theory
Yes, this theory basically states that the universe will exist for an infinate amount of time.
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Weegy: Yes, this theory basically states that the universe will exist for an infinate amount of time.
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User: The most recent theory that upholds the big bang theory, but suggests a sudden expansion after the bang, is called the . oscillating universe theory inflation theory steady state theory big bang theory

Weegy: Yes, this theory basically states that the universe will exist for an infinate amount of time.
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