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Originally posted by samlf3rd
reply to post by DarkSarcasm
Read a book what a D.A.
So you have it all figured out? Nice. Sounds like your evidence is greater than what I presented!
I don't see why this isn't plausible. It's the same concept that time and mass increase from within...
post by DarkSarcasm
Everyhing is not expanding from everything, of this was so planets would not have ever formed.
Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, which established the relationship between matter, space, time and gravity, governs modern cosmology's view of the universe.
But when Einstein began to apply his theory to the structure of the universe, he was dismayed to find that it predicted either an expanding or contracting universe--something entirely incompatible with the prevailing notion of a static universe.
In what he would later call "the greatest blunder of my life," Einstein added a term called the cosmological constant to his equations that would make his calculations consistent with a static universe.
Einstein admitted his mistake in 1929 when Edwin Hubble showed that distant galaxies were, indeed, receding from the earth, and the further away they were,the faster they were moving. That discovery changed cosmology.