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There Are More Galaxies In The Universe Than the Grains Of Sand On Earth

Tom Bayeye

Village Chief
#12
lets assume you know the eight planets and the sun. Ok on clear nights,out of the city and city lights,you can see the milky way from here you take the portion of sky imaged by a telescope. Then — using the ratio of the sliver of sky,ile unaangalia,to the entire universe (the distance as would be measured between Earth and the edge of the observable universe is 46 billion light.....hence calculate the diameter and that would be ratio) you can determine the number of galaxies in the universe. Pole kukuchanganyisha
 
#16
lets assume you know the eight planets and the sun. Ok on clear nights,out of the city and city lights,you can see the milky way from here you take the portion of sky imaged by a telescope. Then — using the ratio of the sliver of sky,ile unaangalia,to the entire universe (the distance as would be measured between Earth and the edge of the observable universe is 46 billion light.....hence calculate the diameter and that would be ratio) you can determine the number of galaxies in the universe. Pole kukuchanganyisha
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mtadao

Village Elder
#19
The laws of physics told us that v=°d/°t, then we realised that time is entangled with space: changes in space change time. Gravity changes space and therefore changes time. Time can stop. There are those who already manipulated gravity before us. Humans will.
That formula is only valid in Newtonian physics of low speeds. In speeds approaching that of light which you need to travel to other stars, it does not hold true .
 

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