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Pearl Necklace said...

Take a comparison from the realm of everyday life. Suppose a person sees
a swarm of bees, extending, as it sometimes does, so high in
the air that individuals become almost invisible; we assume that this
a man says that a certain spot on the horizon, there's a swarm of bees; that he knows
this is on the grounds that he can see the bees as separate spots. As
amazingly neither would be a similar kind of statement, it is not exceeded in
improbability that we are currently examining. Express
distance figures, and the absurdity becomes even more tangible. Round number
distance of Sirius from the Earth half a million times Earth's distance
from the Sun. And parsed according to our hypothesis, vague spots are spaced from
in us half a million times more than Sirius. Recall now that our "star
island or hazy spot, as Humboldt calls it, forms a
lenticular and flattened on all sides separated layer, big axle
which take 700 or more than 800 times the distance of Sirius from the Earth,
the minor axis is 150" {Cosmos(7ed.),I,79,80}. And since I believe that our
The solar system lies near the center of that cluster, then it follows,
we will defend from the further parts of his approximately 400 times further than
Sirius. But the stars forming these further parts of the cluster, invisible
for us separately even in the most powerful telescopes. How then can those
the telescopes show us separate the stars misty spots, separated from
in us half a million times further than Sirius? It turns out that the star is invisible
for us over long distances, becomes visible, if the same distance
to increase by 1200 times. Are we unable to agree with the conclusion of this kind?
Isn't it better to conclude that the misty spot is not the essence of distant milky way?
If we get the implication that, whatever they are, in fact, neither were they
must defend from the us, at least, no more extreme points of our
own a star system.