I've been trying to put this together in my head for a while and it doesn't come out. For example, if there are more stars on one half of the sky, does it mean that a thrown object will travel faster in that direction? If the object is at the edge of the universe, does it mean it will not be able to move anywhere except towards the stars?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks in advance :)

~Tosser

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# Can someone explain equivalence of gravity and inertia?

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