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As far as we can tell, the Universe as a whole doesn't have a center. Alternatively, you could argue that every point in space everywhere is the "center".
Let's focus on the Black body radiation in the CMB:Black Bodyhttps://en.wikipedia...wiki/Black_body
Maybe I am missing something here, could you explain in general how you think black bodies and black body radiation the CMB are related.
Black body radiation is the radiation that is emitted from a body due to the bodies temperature, like the sun for instance.
Our scientists want to believe that [whatever]This is totally incorrect.
Get used to this phrasing people. This bridge troll will not take any corrections from other posters.
It is quite clear that as long as the radiation is at the surface of the Sun, than it has a black body radiation.However, as it is emitted from the Sun, the black body radiation is lost.
If I understand it correctly, our scientists do not want to deal with the real size of our universe.
What is the real size of our Universe?Is it Finite or Infinite?Few years ago, our scientists were positively sure that the Universe is finite.They had the impression that as the Bing Bang took place only 13.8 BY ago, the Universe couldn't be infinite.However, now they assume that it could be/is infinite.Why is it?What kind of evidence/observation they have discovered to support that new idea?
I think the size of the universe depends on how you define the universe. The inertial universe; matter from the BB, appears to be finite.
On the other hand, if by the universe you mean, also the source of primordial atom. That definition could be an infinite universe
The problem is, existing theory cannot explain how to form the primordial atom of the BB from scratch. From scratch would tells us things about the larger universe. That limitation makes it difficult to determine if the source universe is infinite.
There really isn't any point adding 14 and 15 when 1 is clearly wrong.
What is the real size of our Universe?Is it Finite or Infinite?Few years ago, our scientists were positively sure that the Universe is finite.They had the impression that as the Big Bang took place only 13.8 BY ago, the Universe couldn't be infinite.I do recall that they have even estimated that the maximal size of the universe is about 92 BLY.However, now they assume that it could be/is infinite.Why is it?What kind of evidence/observation they have discovered to support that new idea?
A visual universe is a limitation within a bigger picture of a universe . A visual universe expands into a bigger unseen universe , the laws of physics requiring surrounding space for something to expand
Finite has boundaries , a boundary is an after and after boundaries there is generally more space .
[What do you mean by - Finite has boundary?Why do you think that there is a boundary for a finite Universe?If there is, what kind of boundary there is around that finite Universe?
Few years ago, our scientists have estimated that the size of the whole finite Universe is 92 Bly, as that is the maximal size that the universe can get from a big bang.
The Universe is ∞The visual universe is how far we can seeThe two terms are very different !
However, don't you agree that if it infinite in its size it also must be infinite in its age?