Earth compared to the largest known star. .. 1000 A.D. we are the center of the universe 2014 A.D. we are an atom on a pimple on god's ass Earth compared to the largest known star 1000 A D we are center of universe 2014 an atom on a pimple god's ass
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - warlockrichard
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(04/21/2014) [-]
1000 A.D. we are the center of the universe
2014 A.D. we are an atom on a pimple on god's ass
#4 to #1 - anon id: 2ee0f644
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Technically everywhere is the center of the universe. Go to class.
#9 to #4 - Edensfire
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Bro, can you even read?
User avatar #8 to #1 - crusaderzav
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We're still the center of the known universe ^^
User avatar #20 to #1 - tonkkax
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Everything is the center of the universe

That's a fact.
User avatar #24 to #20 - qauronexoforce
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I think you have universe and known/observable universe mixed up.
User avatar #21 to #20 - tonkkax
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Travel INSIDE a Black Hole
User avatar #10 to #1 - holymackarel
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Technically, we are the center of the observable universe. Everyone is. Like, imagine if you were in thick fog. If you stayed in the same place, you would see in the same distance for the full 360 degrees, making you the center of your observable universe. Same thing applies here.
User avatar #16 to #10 - afaik
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Hm... correct, but not entirely relevant. What we have seen or experienced and what that really is are two different things.
User avatar #32 to #16 - angelious
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technically every single person is the center of the universe since the universe expands like balloon(and the universe is the surface of the balloon) every single point we take on it is the mid point compared to the rest.
User avatar #75 to #32 - afaik
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I've heard of that theory, and iirc, it states that everything expands away from everything else, or something. The issue there is that it's a matter of perspective. According to that theory, the distance between each and every tiny piece of the universe is expanding.

Hence, just because everything expands away from you, doesn't mean that you're in the center. The only thing that matters here is the relation between X and Y, which increases at a steady pace no matter what X and Y is.

So although you are correct that everything is in the center of what it can observe, what it observes and what really is going on are two entirely different things, and I'm kinda standing against the fact that scientific conclusions can vary depending on the point of view.
User avatar #23 to #16 - holymackarel
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Yes, which is why I said our OBSERVABLE universe. It all comes down to perception, really.
#13 - pokimone
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Just sayin'
User avatar #14 to #13 - justforthisvideo
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Jesus christ my sides.
#2 - lukeseven
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(04/21/2014) [-]
**lukeseven rolled image**
makes me feel small
User avatar #59 to #2 - syfygeek
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It's you're dick, adolf
User avatar #11 to #2 - melwach
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It's the sun, Adolf.
#6 - speedosnake
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#33 to #6 - anon id: 06b4e4ab
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expected a "Your mom" joke.
#28 - Xplode
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User avatar #35 to #28 - freepotatoe
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Didn't think uranus was that big
#37 to #35 - ditzyderpydoo **User deleted account**
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#41 - flushfactor
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just gonna post this
htwins.net/scale2/
#52 to #41 - meitemark
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"minecraft world"
User avatar #68 to #52 - jalthelas
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Wait, it says Minecraft world somewhere?
#79 to #68 - meitemark
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Yup, look for the big green square around Neptune
That is the maximum size of a minecraft world, given that one block is 1x1x1 meter across
User avatar #55 to #41 - doctorprofessornv
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Holy **** that's cool
User avatar #77 to #55 - flushfactor
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you're welcome
#34 - englman
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#38 to #34 - faffle
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#48 to #38 - skorpius
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#51 to #50 - skorpius
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#26 - scopepp
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I feel kinda small now
I feel kinda small now
#29 to #26 - theluppijackal
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You shouldn't. you are a starstuff, understanding stars.
You shouldn't. you are a starstuff, understanding stars.
#7 - xonorithedruid
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Where da earth go???
Where da earth go???
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#49 - plumotje
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