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## Summary:

- if the Cosmological Principle, isotropy and homogeneity are true, then there are an infinite number of Observable Universes (the vast majority of which are not observable by us).

I am posting to ask for any comments about a couple things.

I will post a link to a thread on another forum about this.

and would love to hear any and all thoughts about it.

the thread begins asking about 2 things.

the first one is about how fast we are moving.

I,402,00 mph relative to the CMB.

ok, I got that.

and don't need to know any more about it.

the second question asks: where is the center of the Universe?

the answer to that is found by way of the Cosmological Principle.

isotropy and homogeneity.

if these concepts are true, then if you logically think this through,

you will find that there are an infinite number of un-observable universes in every direction.

the closest ones, overlap with our observable universe.

all of the rest (an infinite number of them), do not overlap with ours.

I will post a link to a thread on another forum about this.

and would love to hear any and all thoughts about it.

the thread begins asking about 2 things.

the first one is about how fast we are moving.

I,402,00 mph relative to the CMB.

ok, I got that.

and don't need to know any more about it.

the second question asks: where is the center of the Universe?

the answer to that is found by way of the Cosmological Principle.

isotropy and homogeneity.

if these concepts are true, then if you logically think this through,

you will find that there are an infinite number of un-observable universes in every direction.

the closest ones, overlap with our observable universe.

all of the rest (an infinite number of them), do not overlap with ours.

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