I have to disagree with you as the matter we are now is not know where it was before some billons behindDrRocket":36rf83bh said:atlantisworp":36rf83bh said:If all planets and stars circle around the heaviest object, their must, somewhere, be the one, as center of the universe, where is it dear fellows Americans?
There is one answer.
Cosmologists typically assume that the universe is, on the largest scales homogeneous and isotropic. It is that assumption, and consequences of it that permit a notion of global "time" and global "space" to be developed in a model based on general relativity.
With that approximation the center is the location of the original Big Bang. And the answer to that is that it is right here in my office. Right at the point of the "I" on my keyboard. No kidding that is correct. That is the point.
Of course every other point in the entire universe is also the point of origin. Everywhere is the center.
Refer to the balloon analogy for further enlightenment.