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Offline Maximilian

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Looks like scientists are catching up to Rick Sungenis and his movie "The Principle."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4580912/The-Milky-Way-exists-giant-hole-universe.html

The Milky Way exists in a giant hole of the universe that may have helped life on Earth to develop
- Astronomers discovered a unique filament and hole structure to the universe
 - It explains variations in measurements of how fast the universe is expanding
 - Our home galaxy seems to occupy one of the quieter cosmic neighbourhoods
 - This could be a factor in how life on Earth was able to develop


Researchers have found that the Milky Way occupies a vast void in space almost two billion light years across.

This comic abyss had been theorised in the past, but new observations seem to confirm its existence.

And experts believe that this void could be one of the reasons why life on Earth was able to develop.

Experts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have found that our galaxy exists in one of the holes in the filament filled structure of the universe, which they compare to Swiss cheese.

While the finding that we live in one of the quieter cosmic neighbourhoods may seem bleak, it does help to resolve a major source of tension in our understanding of the universe.

Different techniques used by astrophysicists to measure how fast the universe is expanding seem to give different results, but the presence of such voids may help to explain this.

And life may have been able to flourish on Earth, without being swallowed up by black holes or caught in the supernovae explosions of dying stars, because of it.

Ben Hoscheit, the undergraduate astronomer behind the discovery, presented his findings at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society held yesterday in Austin, Texas.

He said: 'No matter what technique you use, you should get the same value for the expansion rate of the universe today.

'Fortunately, living in a void helps resolve this tension.'

Scientists first suggested that, in the context of the structure of the universe, our galaxy resides in an enormous empty space back in 2013.

The researchers found that the region contained far fewer galaxies, stars and planets than expected.

The area was named KBC after the trio of researchers behind the discovery, which also included the University of Hawaii's Lennox Cowie, in 2014.

And the discovery of voids in the structure of space could help explain the discrepancy in measurements.

This is because there is far greater matter outside the void, which exerts a slightly larger gravitational pull.

One method to measure the expansion of the Universe, a value known as the Hubble Constant, uses nearby supernovae as they have a predictable amount of energy.

Another technique uses the Cosmic Microwave Background, the leftover light from the Big Bang.

'It is often really hard to find consistent solutions between many different observations,' said Dr Barger.

'What Ben has shown is that the density profile that Keenan measured is consistent with cosmological observables.

'One always wants to find consistency, or else there is a problem somewhere that needs to be resolved.'

 
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I prefer a Babe Ruth, either way I guess that's where we get our "nuts" from.
 

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This has literally nothing to do with geocentricism. Robert Sungenis isn't vindicated by this at all.
 

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Let's face it the best Milky Way or Babe Ruths  are made when the nuts are in the center during the orbiting of the chocolate, sugar and cream, a heliocentric method  used by a "Mix Master or Sunbeam  or just an old fashion ladle…..

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If the Milky Way was the source of life for earthlings,  no wonder why so many teenagers have cases of acne.

Sweets to the Sweet.