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My Theory Of Orbitation

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Posted by Chris Duncan on June 19, 2002 02:32:14 UTC

What I've noticed from everthing I've seen and read is that whatever the size, shape, or form of matter, it is usually orbiting some larger form of matter. Starting at the electron and the proton; moon and earth; planets and the sun; and the sun(including every other star in the Milky Way) around the supermassive blackhole in the center. Did anyone ever think that all of the galaxies in the universe could be orbiting the point of the big bang singularity? I think that each galaxy is moving at different speeds like the planets in our solar system. Just thought.

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