September 14, 2011 at 10:45 am | Posted in Science, Space | 1 Comment

Here’s something to give you an idea of the scale of our universe – to the limits of current science.

There’s a link to a “swirly” version at the bottom if you want to have fun with the zoom.

Nassim Haramein observes that we’re right about the middle of the scale. That suggests it’s because we’re the observer. The universe itself is larger than we yet know.

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  1. This article and it’s comments have links to other scales…


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