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comment What is gravity really?
this isn't an answer (or even a theory), it's a high level idea with no mathematical proof or widely accepted references. You shouldn't post your 'beliefs' as answers
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comment Average amount of annual daylight at any place on earth
@peter Smith yes. As it says in the answer the exact relationship of daylight hours with latitude depends on many astronomical and physical effects, such as the atmospheric composition to allow refraction. However the number of hours in both hemispheres will at least be between their respective poles and the equator.
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comment Active Galaxies
a quick wiki search gives you an answer to all your questions. Try and make your question more specific
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revised Dark Flow: statistical limits on existence
Added article link and tidied up
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answered Recommendation for introductory cosmology text
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answered Average amount of annual daylight at any place on earth
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answered Why do we think that there is no two-solar-mass black hole?
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revised Is the Sun homogeneous?
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answered Is the Sun homogeneous?
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answered Why do we not send diggers to Mars if we think there's underground water?
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comment Torus of the AGN
stp30 you've been asking a lot of general questions about AGN recently; it may be best to wait until you have a more specific question in mind. For example, typing 'AGN Torus' in to google gives a number of recent papers and discussions about the range of shapes of torii observed and theorised in the past decade
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asked Dark Flow: statistical limits on existence