Binary Sequence

Not sure if this has been done... I sort of discovered this sequence myself, but who knows...

01000101010001000100010101000101...

What comes next?
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 Blog Entries: 9 Recognitions: Homework Help Science Advisor I hope this isn't a joke.Anyone could take a # as 197847389748838393384848484949393822636464785885984 and pass it into base 2 Daniel. On normal basis,it should be "01"
 I don't know, but here's my answer: Since every 1 is followed by a 0 in the pattern so far, I'm going to guess that the next item in the sequence is a 0

Binary Sequence

You're both correct as to the terms, but have not found out the pattern...

I'll post some more terms, though.

0100010101000100010001010100010101000101010001000100010101000100

That should be a big help.

P.S. This is in no way a joke. (And it has only to do with "binary" in the sense of needing two symbols)

EDIT: This includes the original terms.

EDIT 2: It seems to be showing a space in the terms... there shouldn't be one...
 Is that really 00 at the end and not 01?

 Quote by BicycleTree Is that really 00 at the end and not 01?
Yes. That should be a clue.
 Well, if you chop off the last 0 it's a palindrome.
 Here's a hint: Consider the number of terms I revealed the first post and the second post.[In White] And Bicycle Tree: I totally didn't even notice that. Cool.
 The last 0 should totally be a 1.

 Quote by BicycleTree The last 0 should totally be a 1.
Hint: That's pretty much the idea behind the sequence.

That and my previous one should probably be enough, but I can keep trying. Tell me if you really want the answer.
 I don't know, what's the answer? There are some repetitive patterns and they all predict a final 1.
 EDIT: Answer removed in order to give other people a chance. Hints still apply.
 That's pretty good.