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Unless the universe is infinite, and I don’t see how if the Big Bang is true…

There must be a finite point beyond which the universe has yet to expand. It seems if measured from side to side we could determine it’s general diameter, allowing for undulations that result in a possibly non-perfect sphere.

And if that sphere can be determined then shouldn’t there be a theoretical center to that sphere? We may never know where it is but shouldn’t it exist?

Tex

There must be a finite point beyond which the universe has yet to expand. It seems if measured from side to side we could determine it’s general diameter, allowing for undulations that result in a possibly non-perfect sphere.

And if that sphere can be determined then shouldn’t there be a theoretical center to that sphere? We may never know where it is but shouldn’t it exist?

Tex