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Have scientists taken in every variable? Couldn't forces such as friction and gravitational pull effected the rate of expansion? The laws of inertia dictate that an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon an equal or greater force. As the furthest expanding matter would cool before the rest of universe, could that leaded to matter clumps whose gravity and mass would stop or slow passing or colliding matter?
Astrophysicists forgetting about gravity? Fat chance.
    
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Have scientists taken in every variable? Couldn't forces such as friction and gravitational pull effected the rate of expansion? The laws of inertia dictate that an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon an equal or greater force. As the furthest expanding matter would cool before the rest of universe, could that leaded to matter clumps whose gravity and mass would stop or slow passing or colliding matter?
Not sure exactly what you're trying to say but interstellar space is mostly empty. There's nothing passing by each other between the galaxies. But I can guarantee they would of included the gravitational forces of nearby galaxies in this study. It doesn't say that galaxies aren't moving away from each other in uniform direction but that there's simply more galaxies in a certain area compared to the rest of the visible universe.
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so the big bang is like a wet fart
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What their saying is that this evidence shows that there may not be an exact center of the universe a.k.a. the place where the big bang was theoretcally suppose to happen.
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Dr Templar the Universe began unevenly, it evens out over time. There being clumps hanging around in odd patterns begs the wonder if gravity is the only hand working or if the understanding is a little off. From other post, most studies of spacial geomety have been including more than the 3 'maleable' dimensions for quite a long time. Newton's own laws are examples of how early we have understood geomety with a 4th dimension. James ant, there IS no centre of the universe (a place where it began). The entire universe is the centre. Poopa, the word empty when used in the study of the universe is hard to explain, as there is no nothing in any part of space.
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so the big bang is like a wet fart
Nobel prize right there.
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Dr Templar the Universe began unevenly, it evens out over time. There being clumps hanging around in odd patterns begs the wonder if gravity is the only hand working or if the understanding is a little off. From other post, most studies of spacial geomety have been including more than the 3 'maleable' dimensions for quite a long time. Newton's own laws are examples of how early we have understood geomety with a 4th dimension. James ant, there IS no centre of the universe (a place where it began). The entire universe is the centre. Poopa, the word empty when used in the study of the universe is hard to explain, as there is no nothing in any part of space.

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I still dont know how space got there in the first place, also there HAS to be life out there, the universe is huge so they are out there somewhere.
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I know you're trying to make fun of me, but you fail to correctly spell my name
What the heck? I Don't know how you came to that conclusion! I shouldn't even have posted on this website. Sorry anyway.
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I still dont know how space got there in the first place, also there HAS to be life out there, the universe is huge so they are out there somewhere.
No one does, that it did, and what it looked like, mostly how it behaved is known but apart from that.. And I agree, we can't be that special!
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