- stan hummel
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The final question about nature of the universe... that is, whether the U.S. is the center of...
We can quite reasonably assume every point of U is the centre because everything else is moving away from... In this way, our galaxy became centre of U.
Unfortunately, this statement has become a major "scientific evidence" that, given the existence of an infinite number of... there is no real centre of the universe.
However, if we assume, ofC, without any reasonable evidence that its the real centre of U! of course this isn't a particular point... especially isn't point from which our U was created! because now is throughout our U!
What more (with a little exception), it isn't centre of the processes which we refer to as the expansion of space that led to current state of U.
Because it actually takes place in each of its point, ofC, if gravity not hampering, that true. Except isn't whole truth.
know we have to expiate for our E-Am arrogance. for imposition of our values... but now our values are already more mature. So stating core values are in many world areas violated, people dying for freedom, ..., i think we're doing a lot to support, reassure, give good advice.
That's all is insufficient. we're aware of this. we must be more involved. But i also think it wouldn't be too well to limit TED only to social issues.
So, having always in mind good of man, values associated with, we cannot be limited only to that. So i think we have the right to development, discussing cognitive problems, improving, explore unknown corners of our mind. thinking about essence of our unoverse, about our existence in it.
I don't know if i'm allowed to say but the restrictive effects are already visible. Of course, cannot be 999q about the center of U, or wanton felling different theories, because we're only amateurs, but let us see doubts, inconsistencies, and ask for it. Ask and answer wisely, leaving well trodden trails of the thinking at least for a moment.
So perhaps the problem "centre" lies more in our head than in the real universe! and certainly this isn't a lack of centre.