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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on November 13, 2002 19:13:34 UTC

I suspect it may be out of sight of our telescopes.

But there is a suspicion in my mind that it might be the hidden so-called "Great Attractor".

Please see my Spiral Galaxy Windup Dilemma Solved, on my website. I say that the spiral shape is maintained because of a constant-flow circuit of material out the jets of the central black hole, across the galaxy, in at the rim, and back toward the galactic core for recycling.

And I say the universe is in a stable in-spiral orbit about its own center of mass in exactly the same way.

The Galaxy Distribution Charts should by now be giving us a good idea, and maybe even an exact idea. But i'm sure it would not be disclosed yet, because the general public is "not ready for such shocks".

Prediction: The Galaxy Distribution Charts will show the universe center.

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