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  1. #1 Cosmological motion 
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    The single most impotant question for the study of the universe and physics, what is cosmological motion?

    To date gravity gets the call for the motions of the stars, but unless gravity can be understood on a particular plane, thats to say horitzonially or vertically, then to me gravity cant be the motive force behind the movements of the matter in space.

    A north-south plane or an east-west plane of influence belonging to gravity as we claim to know it seems to be such a ridiculous thought that it begs complete explanation. Planets, suns and other galaxys all have been shown to exist in every conceiveable angle in the universe so unless gravity is a all encompassing force covering the whole of space in every direction then as far fetched as that sounds the the obvious conclussion is, we got gravity wrong and our focus should be on cosmological motion. Why are bodies in space moving, i am not talking here about the expansion of the universe that Mr hubble pointed out, whose movements more or less is attributed to the Big Bang, my question is What could cause motion without( for lack of a better word) a propellant to move.

    Expansion from a big bang thereby movement has numerous flaws, for one, stuff was out there as far as we know way before the big bang, and if there was only one big bang then the expansion would be uniformed in terms of its movement and postions in space, and Andromada (the galaxy about to slam into us) could not accomplish such a deviant course in relation to its expansion position.

    Our farest planet in or solar system moves in a whole diffrent direction from all of its sibling planets and our sun Why? What are we missing about movement/motion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by curious1 View Post
    Planets, suns and other galaxys all have been shown to exist in every conceiveable angle in the universe so unless gravity is a all encompassing force covering the whole of space in every direction {SNIP}
    It is. Gravity extends to infinity in all directions.


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    If thats true then this bend in space and time (sic) should have some uniformity instead of depending on the variable of size of the objects, Suns, planets etc etc etc
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    Just learn the science before imagining critiques of it!
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