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January 2014, vol 9, no 4

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Jerry Gill


Everything is speeding through the universe towards some "far off" omega point.

Or at least this is one theory.

The farther away from us a galaxy is, the faster it's moving away from us.

Of course, the Milky Way and Earth are also speeding through the universe along with everything else.

But if everything is moving in the "same direction" at a speed relative to everything around it, is anything really moving?

through the autumn night
a fire siren