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Is the current model of the universe correct?

rupol2000

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It is now believed that matter is simply spread evenly across the universe, but observations reject this. In astronomy, there are heaven spheres, such as the sphere of distant stars, and regardless of whether there is a physical sphere there or it is just an arrangement, it still corresponds to the antic model of the distribution of matter in space like it in the ancient doctrine of spheres
 

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It's a work in progress.
 

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It is now believed that matter is simply spread evenly across the universe, but observations reject this. In astronomy, there are heaven spheres, such as the sphere of distant stars, and regardless of whether there is a physical sphere there or it is just an arrangement, it still corresponds to the antic model of the distribution of matter in space like it in the ancient doctrine of spheres
It's about 5% correct because we only have a working understanding of about 5% of all the matter and energy in the universe.
 

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It is now believed that matter is simply spread evenly across the universe, but observations reject this. In astronomy, there are heaven spheres, such as the sphere of distant stars, and regardless of whether there is a physical sphere there or it is just an arrangement, it still corresponds to the antic model of the distribution of matter in space like it in the ancient doctrine of spheres
No one knows.
 

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It's about 5% correct because we only have a working understanding of about 5% of all the matter and energy in the universe.
What do you the web observatory might be able to contribute in that regard to our understanding of the missing 95% of the mass?
 

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If it's the best explanation of the available evidence it's correct.
 

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If it's the best explanation of the available evidence it's correct.
Correct and complete are 2 very different things.

A small part of a lengthy geometry proof can be correct but the entire proof can still be wrong.
 
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Correct and complete are 2 very different things.

A small part of a lengthy geometry proof can be correct but the entire proof can still be wrong.
is this what Gödel called completeness?
 

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