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Why is the Universe Dark?

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That is absolutely, quantifiably, and demonstrably untrue.

``Dark Flow'' represents an average non-random component of the velocities of a statistically significant collection of galaxies.

That does not mean that all galaxies are moving in the same direction.

When moving the entire cluster average for the galaxy is irrelevant. Some are moving slower, some faster, but all in the same direction.

Rotation of the universe mean that some clusters moving in the "opposite" direction. To do this, wait for the confirmation.

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This one has me completely baffled ?

Sory, the blue-shift (plavi).

One can not build a state of the universe ignoring the obvious evidence and argue that there is only a red-shift. Before more than 10 years maybe, but not today.

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Maybe the "polavi-shift" is the key here but even uncle google dont know what that is.

("Hey man, you have to be more open-minded polavi-shifted, man")

You are right.

When the man does not move from the virtual world can not see reality. Or is reality overrated?

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Or is reality overrated?

Well you seem to be doing an excellent job of ignoring it.

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Sory, the blue-shift (plavi).

One can not build a state of the universe ignoring the obvious evidence and argue that there is only a red-shift. Before more than 10 years maybe, but not today.

You are trying very hard to do exactly that - and you are being called out on it.

Cheers,

Badeskov

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Distance does not increase but decreases! Consequently does not increase even space therebetween.

How to get to "crash" Andromeda and the Milky Way (4.5 billion years) if the space dislocation?

For additional explanations, see the topic "rotation of the universe."

This is patently false. Scientists currently know of ~100 galaxies that are moving towards us and of the hundred billion galaxies that we know of, that is an infinitely small number. And, no, it is not 7000. I have no idea how you dreamed up that number, but it is clearly a figment of your imagination. But even if it was 7000 galaxies, it is still a very small number compared to the number of galaxies moving away from us. You seem completely unable to grasp that concept.

Cheers,

Badeskov

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The human brain creates 'light' and 'dark' within itself. The universe is neither light nor dark.

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This is patently false. Scientists currently know of ~100 galaxies that are moving towards us and of the hundred billion galaxies that we know of, that is an infinitely small number. And, no, it is not 7000. I have no idea how you dreamed up that number, but it is clearly a figment of your imagination. But even if it was 7000 galaxies, it is still a very small number compared to the number of galaxies moving away from us. You seem completely unable to grasp that concept.

Cheers,

Badeskov

I do not pretend to know in auction numbers. Probably information on the Internet dreaming of. Within poorly placed of legality appears exception. This is not the exception but the rule (legality). If you have a forest elephants and mice can not clamor, override and claim that there are only mice, because elephants is little. Science is not a democracy, nor outvoting by noise.

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The human brain creates 'light' and 'dark' within itself. The universe is neither light nor dark.

What is with the instruments?

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Well you seem to be doing an excellent job of ignoring it.

Ignorance is not my style, although I sometimes that tool should have at their disposal.

Regardless of the content and tone of the participants in the discussion of access to all equally. Often activities overlap, and sometimes are not used within the debate about the Universe.

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"Why is the universe dark?"

Because God turned the light off while leaving.

Edited by Leonardo

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"Why is the universe dark?"

Because God turned the light off while leaving.

You have no luck. Although the darkness around you, you are visible on one side. You can only hide in the shadows where you can not reaching waves radiation.

Edited by Weitter Duckss

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