Edgar Allan Poe?

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Who was the first person to argue against a static universe?

Edgar Allan Poe?

Strangely enough, the person who first debated the nineteenth century view of a static, or unchanging universe, was not Einstein or Edwin Hubble, but Edgar Allan Poe. His poem, Eureka, deals with the idea of a universe which continually expands and contracts upon itself.

   

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