If the hubble telescope has looked in every direction and seen that the universe is 13.8 billion light years away in every direction does that not place us at the center of the universe?
By Kevin Pitts
December 31, 2011
With finals recently behind us, this probably isn’t the best time to write a blog post about how to do well in physics courses. On the other hand, success isn’t achieved overnight, so providing this advice the night before your final exam probably wouldn’t have helped either. I hope it is helpful to students in the future, though.
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