Can the directions up and down be justified? We teach children the general basics of up and down, left and right and so on. But we teach them about these based on a spherical world making our theories incorrectly justified. Moving right isn’t quite right as sooner or later you will loop around to the same prescribed left side? Does this mean that the defined left and right are the same? Moving down through the earth will eventually lead you up through the other side. Perhaps there is no direction in the world. Or perhaps human error has caused us to look at it incorrectly. Perhaps we should look in terms of a full scale of the universe where only one face of our planet is where we are standing up right. For example, what if the North pole and upwards is the proper direction of up in the universe. And there for, a human standing in the south pole would be upside down in proper according terms. That would mean that every day waking up in North America we would be standing on an angle, never properly standing up straight. However, this is only an assumption to where the proper definition of up in the universe would be. In reality, up is a far too vast term to accurately represent. We could easily assume based off of the axis of our galaxy, but similar to the existing terms of direction that would lead to human error again when considering a larger scale. All galaxies have their own separate axis’, so judging by one simple galaxy should not be correct. As said before the only proper way would be to find the proper axis of the universe itself. But we don’t know where the universe started. More or less how to calculate something that’s ever expanding. How are we to judge that we were the first created in the universe? Perhaps we are the last created, and the universe has already stopped expanding. Could the Universe have already ended? And we are just a remaining specimen, patiently waiting for final consumption? Direction is a far too vast topic, that should be taken far more serious than what our educational system has told everyone.