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Originally posted by yrwehere1
reply to post by XPLodER
So just exactly what does this mean to us earthlings? Not much as far as I can tell. Its not going to change anything in the forseeable future as far as I can tell. Interesting theory though.
Originally posted by Cryptonomicon
Their methods for measuring the "expansion" of the universe are based on a fundamentally flawed assumption concerning the properties of light, which is, that light waves remain constant across vast amounts of time and space.
Once they understand that light naturally "red shifts" as it ages/crosses space, then they'll realize that the universe is neither inflating nor contracting; it's basically static.edit on 25-5-2011 by Cryptonomicon because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by jessejamesxx
Maybe our brains mimic the universe, or maybe our brains are the tiny versions or pieces of the larger brain.. Just a thought.
"As Above, So Below" doesn't get any truer though.
Originally posted by Ghost375
A month or two ago, I was talking to my physics professor and he mentioned how the whole 'dark energy' theory is probably wrong. This is an interesting theory that could account for the missing mass. the dark energy theory was proposed to account for the missing mass.