I think that partly it is the fault of the way this page is formatted, or not formatted - but I find most of the comments below unintelligible.

Nick Joll (talk) 12:18, April 24, 2015 (UTC)

Oh hay, I got a map of the universe that shows you where you are, but you have to click a link! It will probaly be deleted!

let's just put the pic into the article and good is Neogoki 17:55, November 25, 2009 (UTC)

I feel like I looked into the vortex, and lived to tell the tale,

Because if you think about it, everywhere is really the center of the universe, and it has you looking out at it through your eyes...

My uncle took me here as a kid...

If the Universe is shaped like a donut (i.e. a torus), when you stare at the night sky, way on the other side of it, beyond the edge of the observable universe, you're staying back at yourself, into your own eyes, like looking into a mirror. That's the same you, a mirror image, that's looking back every time you look in the mirror in the morning, through the Looking Glass, except so much closer, because the light doesn't have to travel 13.7 billion years to get here. Zackjk (talk)@ZombieCheney

Zackjk (talk) 07:34, April 24, 2015 (UTC)@ZombieCheney

Interactive Map!

Zackjk (talk) 07:35, April 24, 2015 (UTC)@ZombieCheney