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quote:Originally posted by ukmickycheers neil but lets put it a diferent way.with expansion of the universe everything moves away from everything and so it would be impossible to find a center.However lets say you could stop time and the expansion of the universe , wouldnt it be possible to measure out the whole thing and give coordinates for all the galaxies and everything,surly an agreement could then be made on a point which is central to everything.Michael
quote: can the expansionof the universe from a stupifyingly hot ultra masive dot in to our current cozy planet star galaxy set up be viewed instead of expansion as the cooling of all that is within that ultra tiny dot so that everything takes longer to move from point a to point b,since cold objects internal parts move slower. I belive it would require space to have its on particle or granular make up at a extremly small level,and just read some thing along the lines of space being "grainy" in scientific american. I think that it would all seem the same to those of us stuck inside of our everexpanding (or cooling?) universe.