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Robert
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Re: Why bother adding Cats >5
      Wed Sep 25 2019 11:14 AM

There is nothing cyclical in the universe, only reactions to actions, resonances from those actions and so on.
Once a state changes it will never go back to the same state again, it will have changed forever, actions can be taken to try reverse the change and restore to the previous state, but it won't be the same state as it is a new state changed forever.

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