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Exactly. So The Center Of Universe Is Where Observer Is.

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Posted by Alexander on March 26, 2001 18:33:43 UTC

That is what I try to say in different forms (including ironic). Is not it obvious - is symmetric Universe you will see symmetry around you regardless your location. Does it mean, that you are in the center? f you are so egoistic to indeed call you current location a cener, then the center is EVERYWHERE IN UNIVERSE (i.e., there are NO centers).

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