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Just after the Big Bang the matter would have spread on a very small but equal scale. There may be around 260 billion galaxies in the universe so using the kerplunk theory ...
...we may find the centre of the universe. We find 2 galaxies that are of equal distance from each other in the 3rd dimension.
So 130 billion lines may find the centre of the universe.
Or do we know where it is?
Take any arbitrary point on the surface of the earth. While standing there look directly up into the sky. Right there before you will not be the centre of the universe.