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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 21, 2001 13:23:13 UTC

Let's define the center of mass as the point at the mass wieghted center of the visible universe. I think you will agree that we can only see a finite portion of the universe. Well this portion of the universe has a center, which is us, and has a mass biased center which is slightly different than the [oint in the universe where we are. Since we only in theory know if a universe exists outside of what we can see, and since science is based on observation, then based on what we observe, the universe has a center of mass. It can be determined experimentally.

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