The universe slowly rotates around its axis.
The center moves extremely slow to keep
the outer edges from flying apart.
Is gravity alone sufficient to conserve angular
momentum at the far reaches of the universe?
What keeps that centrifugal force from sending
galaxies hurtling off?
You would think that the age of a rotating
universe would necessitate a thinning at
the far edges. That fits the existing data.
Don’t worry about climate change or
meteors as man’s ultimate demise. If rotation
doesn’t slow down will end up in the great
abyss, unless science can come up with