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Yes, All Uniform And Symmetric (no Edges, No Centers)

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Posted by Alexander on March 23, 2001 19:38:10 UTC

Indeed, rather dull and boring place (all is the same everywhere) - Universe density on a large scale is the same everywhere, it looks the same in all directions as far as you can see, and it was the same in all directions in the early history too(Big Bang relic background radiation is extremely symmetric - to 99.999% from any direction). No centers, no edges. Plain dull.

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