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Posted by Mike_II on April 26, 2000 04:12:38 UTC

Hello, I have a question that has been irking me lately. Is there an actual geographic center to our universe; the point where the big bang actually took place? I remember reading somewhere that there is no actual point where this took place and that confused me. If there is, is it possible to find out where it is, and what would be there? If there was no actual point where the big bang occurred, why not? I thank anyone who can answer this question in advance, and if you can`t give it a crack - I`m open to all ideas!

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