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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 22, 2001 23:18:14 UTC

I am willing to bet you that the mass center of the universe seen from any point on the surface of the earth is in the cluster of galaxies known as the Great Attractor, and furthermore that the location of that center does not change with location on the earth's surface, within the precision that we can measure distance to that point.

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