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Posted by Alexander on March 22, 2001 22:32:17 UTC

Simply because there is no center of visible universe different than the center of the telescope you used. Because of some accuracy of measurement THIS ACCURACY will define the spot where you may safely place "center" of visible universe. Say, 1% will give you plus minus 150 mln light years, 10% - 1.5 billion light years and so on.

Therefore, it is obviousely everywhere around your telescope (binocular).

Move to new plains, look around, and make a startling discovery that the center of visible Earth will move to this new location with you. Plain and simple.

It is logical to conclude then that God exists, because othervise why are we EXACTLY in (or close to)the center of visible Earth? (and always are regardless of our location). Must be "special reason". Hm, this may indeed be a Nobel prize paper - because the fact that we are in the very special place proves beyond doubts that it can not be accidentally - somebody placed us in the center of visible Earth.

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