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  1. #1 This very strange universe. 
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    This universe is very strange. Why is the very early universe very large when looked at very large distances away? ie it is at the extreme edge of this very large universe. Then conversley we in now time at 13.8 bn ly after the big bang if at the centre and so very small when it should be very large?

    As we see the universe it is all wrong the reverse of the real truth!
    So the measurements of speed of recession of the early universe then is not really a recession, but rather we in now time are travelling away from the early very small universe at nearly the speed of light!

    What are your thoughts?


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  3. #2 The Universe looks wrong as seen from earth? 
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    I am interested in this amazing universe. My question is Why does everything look wrong about what we see from earth?
    !st we see the very old (and so very small original uni9verse) as very large at the extremity of what we see at 13.8 bn ly large.
    2ndly our current universe looksvery small at the centre of everything - whereas this must be very large with all the now time galaxies in it.
    3rdly why is the original small universe sppeding away from us at nearly the speed of light when it mus have been stationary?

    I have my answers to these curious effects, but what do you think isb the cause of these 3 impossibilities?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidwoodchar View Post
    I am interested in this amazing universe. My question is Why does everything look wrong about what we see from earth?
    !st we see the very old (and so very small original uni9verse) as very large at the extremity of what we see at 13.8 bn ly large.
    Nearly all the galaxies we see were created billions of years after the Big Bang, and the universe has continued to expand since then. What we see is the result of that expansion.

    2ndly our current universe looksvery small at the centre of everything - whereas this must be very large with all the now time galaxies in it.
    What? The observable universe is about 96 billion light years across. I don't think that is small. The whole universe is probably many times larger (or even infinite).

    3rdly why is the original small universe sppeding away from us at nearly the speed of light when it mus have been stationary?
    The universe is not speeding away from us. Everything is expanding away from everything else.

    And it wasn't stationary.

    I have my answers to these curious effects
    I am betting your answers are not based on science. You made them up based on "logic" (ie. they make sense to you). Am I wrong?
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    Merged with previous, extremely similar, thread.
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    Why say the universe is strange when there isn’t another one we know of to compare it to?
    All that belongs to human understanding, in this deep ignorance and obscurity, is to be skeptical, or at least cautious; and not to admit of any hypothesis, whatsoever; much less, of any which is supported by no appearance of probability...Hume
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Why say the universe is strange when there isn’t another one we know of to compare it to?
    Strange versus expectations. The changing models can give you whiplash.

    Did Einstein ever come to accept "Spooky action at a distance" or that "God plays dice with the Universe"?

    If it seemed strange to him I am comfortable with it being strange to me (it is only confirmed experimental evidence that makes me comfortable in this case,followed by interpretation of course)
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Why say the universe is strange when there isn’t another one we know of to compare it to?
    I know you can't tell, but I clicked "Like"
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    I know you can't tell, but I clicked "Like"
    That was strange.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Why say the universe is strange when there isn’t another one we know of to compare it to?
    It's by far the strangest universe that I've ever lived in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Why say the universe is strange when there isn’t another one we know of to compare it to?
    It's by far the strangest universe that I've ever lived in.
    Maybe to you but for me it’s just being normal.
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