If size is relative, how do we know that the Universe is not really small?
- goringLv 65 months agoFavorite Answer
The Universe was created as a small volume of mass and space which would appear as a dot in Our Creator's HEAVEN
- Anonymous3 months ago
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- New WaveLv 45 months ago
Big compared to us. Likely small compared to something else.
- 5 months ago
Really small compared to what...?
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- 5 months ago
The universe revolves around the earth, exactly as the Bible describes. Everything is contained within the magnetic fields of earth, including our electromagnetic sun which is in effect, a charged particle. You can work out the rest...
- Anonymous5 months ago
You can imagine the Universe to be as small as you like, but there is nothing bigger.
- daniel gLv 75 months ago
Because in relation to the universe, there is nothing we know of larger to compare with.
We are a speck on earth, earth is small to our solar system, our solar system just a speck in our galaxy, Our galaxy just a speck in a universe with billions of galaxies.
Seems the universe is an awful big place to me.
- Jeffrey KLv 65 months ago
Small compared to what?
- Mr. PLv 75 months ago
Size is only important if you have something else to compare it to, or you are a woman.
- billrussell42Lv 75 months ago
who said that size is relative?
It is absolute. A 1 meter long bar is absolutely one meter long.
However, terms like "small" are relative.