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Posted by Michael Libbie on March 3, 2001 04:39:13 UTC

so the term flat is ambiguous? and the universe is not expanding? is that what you are saying? why is it that we are taught different in class? is my teacher not up on the latest research or is he still going off of 1880 material? why dont you tell these things to nasa and the rest of the astronomy community that tells us otherwise instead of this forum which only 5 people or so are actually involved in on a regular basis? i am starting to sound critical arent i, sorry. your info seems to undremine what i have been taught, which like i have stated in this forum many times is only the first astronomy class offered by my college. so bear with me.

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