The earth is the centre of the known observable universe

UPDATE –  

TAP,

Please amend this post:

Dr Humphreys has NOT claimed that the earth is the centre of the known and observable universe.

Apparently, Dr Humphrey’s research has led him to believe that the centre of the universe might be our Milky Way galaxy, or the cluster of galaxies that the Milky Way is part of.

Apologies – my error. 

TMWKTMBNE 


We’re all aware that those Occult weirdos teaching that ‘you are the centre of your universe’, which really means that there is no truth and that ‘truth’ and morality are relative, meaning that my ‘truth’ and morality are different from yours – but, in this age of inclusivity, both are equally valid…along with other such nonsense.
Well, they are a very little bit closer to the truth (real, objective truth, like 2+2=4) than they realise, because a cosmologist has discovered something very interesting that I think everyone should know about.
His name is D. Russell Humphreys; he has a Ph.D. in physics and is a physicist at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, USA.
Dr Humphreys first shot to fame in the academic world as the Creation scientist who correctly and accurately made predictions about the magnetic fields of Mercury, Mars, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.  The materialist, man-centred, humanist, evolutionary scientists (yes, they actually apply the term ‘evolution’ to the existence of the universe, as well..) were all wrong!  Follow the link for more info:
But, Dr Humphreys’ really big discovery is that, according to the data, the earth is at the centre of the observable, known universe. 
Ok, I think I’d better repeat that.  According to the data, the earth is at the centre of the observable, known universe..!*&&%”**!!
The data is based on something called ‘redshift’, which is a like the ‘Doppler effect’ we experience when police siren speeding past and then away from us appears to drop in tone.  
This happens with light as well and this is how scientists are able to measure how far galaxies are away from us and the speed at which they are rushing away from us, due to the expansion or stretching of the space time continuum.
This redshift effect is ‘quantised’ (I’m uncertain of the meaning of this word, in this context) which means that the earth, or the galaxy we in, the Milky Way, is surrounded by concentric rings of galaxies, up to the maximum point at which the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) is able to see into distant space (see attached pic, sent to TAP) 
Simulations, i.e. moving the Milky Way just 2,000,000 light years (just! ha ha ha!) in any direction give completely different, random redshift data results; that, 2,000,000 light years from here, we would not be in the centre of the observable, known universe. 
Well, that’s all I am able to tell you, as I’m certainly not a scientist!  Here’s the link to the webpage at creation.com:
And here’s a link to an interview with Dr Humphreys where he fully explains his discovery:
‘The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork.’ 
Psalms 19:1  (A.V)
‘I have made the earth, and created man upon it: 
I, even my hands, have stretched out the heavens,
and all their host have I commanded.’
Isaiah 45:12 (A.V)
TMWKTMBNE
TAP – The earth is not in the centre of the Milky Way, our own galaxy, but let’s see if this theory works or not.
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2 Responses to “The earth is the centre of the known observable universe”

  1. TMWKTMBNE says:

    It’s true, the earth isn’t at the centre of the Milky Way – but apparently things get a bit too hot there.

    Hawking and others think there may be black holes at the centre of galaxies, although I don’t think they’ve ever actually found a black hole, anywhere!

    This post is part of a wider theory called the ‘anthropic principle’, well worth looking into.

  2. TMWKTMBNE says:

    TAP,
    Please amend this post:

    Dr Humphreys has NOT claimed that the earth is the centre of the known and observable universe.

    Apparently, Dr Humphrey’s research has led him to believe that the centre of the universe might be our Milky Way galaxy, or the cluster of galaxies that the Milky Way is part of.

    Apologies – my error.

    TMWKTMBNE

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