I think that when it comes to stars, something very important is missing. They don’t move in the same way, and they don’t move in a straight line. The way it works is that light travels in a cone. It turns into a long line that bends and then eventually gets folded back on itself. For the most part, we can describe this as a spiral. But, it’s not a straight line.
Well, that’s a pretty good description. And the fact that stars don’t move in a straight line is very relevant to the idea of life. Because we can’t really predict how something will move, we don’t always have a good idea of how to deal with it. We also don’t see all of the effects of a move that aren’t immediately obvious. For example, if something is moving in a straight line we can’t really see how it is affecting us.
The fact that stars dont move in a straight line is all part of the reason why the idea of a life-force (that is, the force that powers all of the movements of everything) seems very plausible. As a general rule, the more we think that something is moving in a straight line, the more we think that we can control it.
This is the same idea as in the “Why do the planets orbit the Earth?” example. The more we think that something is moving in a straight line, the more we think that we can control it.
The fact that the stars don’t move in a straight line is a big part of why the idea of a life-force is so compelling. The idea that there is an inner core of force inside of everything that is moving is pretty compelling. In fact, you can even imagine an infinite version of the universe where the stars are moving in a straight line, and the universe is infinite.
What if the universe was already infinite? What if the universe was already moving in a straight line? No, that’s not what you mean. Just that you can imagine it. It’s just a thought experiment.
I would imagine that the universe would be moving in a straight line just as you say. The universe would have been moving in a straight line already. It wouldn’t seem to be accelerating.
I love this quote from the film Interstellar. It perfectly describes the universe as we know it, and how this universe began. It also explains a lot about why the universe is accelerating with its expansion. If the universe was starting out at a point in space and going on forever, the universe would be expanding at a faster rate than it is now. It would be speeding up, and the universe would look like an expanding black hole.
That’s exactly what the universe looks like today, and that’s exactly why it’s speeding up. Our universe does look like a black hole, but it’s never accelerating, it’s always expanding. Also, I love how the black hole is speeding up and expanding at the same time. It’s like one black hole is expanding and the other’s shrinking.