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## The Center of the Universe...

#1
December 2nd 18, 09:27 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 Double-A[_4_] external usenet poster Posts: 3,488
The Center of the Universe...

On Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 5:22:42 PM UTC-8, SolomonW wrote:
On Sat, 01 Dec 2018 12:49:12 -0800, The Starmaker wrote:

I don't know where the center of the universe is at...

but if you believe the center of the universe begins at the
big bang, then it's simple to determine the
center of the universe.

You simply draw a straight line
from any one star
and draw a line from the direction it
came from.

The tough part is determining which way the star is moving.

Then you just draw a straight line from the opposite direction it's moving.

You then find one another star and do the same thing.

You will find that the two lines will meet.

That point which it meets is

The Center of the Universe.

anybody got a pencil?

We believe that the universe has no center, this is consistent with our
current belief that no place in the universe is special.

Without a big bang, the question of a center does not arise and does not need to be explained away.

Double-A

#2
December 5th 18, 08:34 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 herbert glazier external usenet poster Posts: 2,964
The Center of the Universe...

On Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 1:27:37 PM UTC-8, Double-A wrote:
On Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 5:22:42 PM UTC-8, SolomonW wrote:
On Sat, 01 Dec 2018 12:49:12 -0800, The Starmaker wrote:

I don't know where the center of the universe is at...

but if you believe the center of the universe begins at the
big bang, then it's simple to determine the
center of the universe.

You simply draw a straight line
from any one star
and draw a line from the direction it
came from.

The tough part is determining which way the star is moving.

Then you just draw a straight line from the opposite direction it's moving.

You then find one another star and do the same thing.

You will find that the two lines will meet.

That point which it meets is

The Center of the Universe.

anybody got a pencil?

We believe that the universe has no center, this is consistent with our
current belief that no place in the universe is special.

Without a big bang, the question of a center does not arise and does not need to be explained away.

Double-A

BB turned space inside out,Thus the Milky way can be near the edge speeding out at 99.000000000000000 of c.I can now use inertia as how gravity force came to be in all that is.Not bad thinking for an old man bent with the chill of a rainy day.Bert
#3
December 6th 18, 03:53 AM posted to alt.astronomy
 hanson external usenet poster Posts: 2,878
The Center of the Universe...

"homo-reber G=emc^2" \
is http://tinyurl.com/The-Chosen-Graveyard-Vandal who
wrote:
"Bert's Brain ( = BB) turned space inside out. Thus I can
now use inertia to mooch, plagiarize & steal for all that
came to be in all that is. Not bad thinking for an old man
for whom there is one single rhyme:
"Bert, you are a Stupid Swine". O ya. It's a given. Bert.

#4
December 6th 18, 09:04 AM posted to alt.astronomy
 Daniel60 external usenet poster Posts: 291
The Center of the Universe...

Herbert Glazier wrote on 6/12/2018 7:34 AM:
On Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 1:27:37 PM UTC-8, Double-A wrote:
On Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 5:22:42 PM UTC-8, SolomonW wrote:
On Sat, 01 Dec 2018 12:49:12 -0800, The Starmaker wrote:

I don't know where the center of the universe is at...

but if you believe the center of the universe begins at the big
bang, then it's simple to determine the center of the
universe.

You simply draw a straight line from any one star and draw a
line from the direction it came from.

The tough part is determining which way the star is moving.

Then you just draw a straight line from the opposite direction
it's moving.

You then find one another star and do the same thing.

You will find that the two lines will meet.

That point which it meets is

The Center of the Universe.

anybody got a pencil?

We believe that the universe has no center, this is consistent
with our current belief that no place in the universe is
special.

Without a big bang, the question of a center does not arise and
does not need to be explained away.

BB turned space inside out,Thus the Milky way can be near the edge
speeding out at 99.000000000000000 of c.I can now use inertia as how
gravity force came to be in all that is.Not bad thinking for an old
man bent with the chill of a rainy day.Bert

Wow!! 99 times the speed of light!! THAT's FAST!!

--
Daniel

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