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Universe Center, Black Holes

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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on November 17, 2002 19:02:52 UTC

I say the universe as we know it, is a spiraling of all matter, essentially the same as our galaxy. And it follows my solution for the Spiral Galaxy Windup Dilemma, as it uses the Central Black Hole as the recycle engine. This means that all material is spiral-flowing in toward the center. It would surprise me if The Great Attractor were the center, simply because the material is not concentrated enough in our locality. More likely "The Great Attractor", so-called, is really just local turbulence as within the arms of stars in our galaxy.

Prediction: It will take a comparative study of the Galaxy Distribution Charts, to define where the Universe Center is. I'm sure they must be close to this, if not already accomplished.

No doubt it will be another Great Surprise. Then they'll have to come up with a renorm Constant to resolve the observed center with apparent Expansion. This should be no problem for someone with good math skills.

By the way; I did an addition of all hits on my website on all the different Topics = 10,980 hits, including 2415 on the Homepage. For my own hits while working on it, subtract

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