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nihilius
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Jan22-12, 01:59 AM
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Energy or matter or whatever, after the big bang, should have been thrown out in all directions. Obviously, matter or energy travelling in opposite directions, at both sides of the centre of the explosion, had greater relative velocities than matter or energy travelling in closer paths at one side of the explosion. Has such difference been observed in astronomical observations? If that was the case, then maybe scientists could locate the centre of the universe.
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