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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on March 21, 2001 02:05:52 UTC

Is there any proof that the universe does not
have a center of mass. Maybe you are right and
there is no center of mass then what would the center of the unverse be. Do we know that there
is a consistant center of the universe. By what
co-ordinates would we determine where that center
would be,and by the way Alexander philosophy is just as important as mathmatics. You may define
all the relationships in the universe but if you
have no standard by which to judge things then
you have determined nothing,(if that is possible)
I say more than likley the center of the universe
contains something that may be used to define the
rest of exsistence. but we may never know.At least from what I ahve read on this forum. We will
never travel beyond our galatic neighboorhood.

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