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Exponential Wave Pattern

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Posted by Greg Luton on January 14, 2003 04:12:32 UTC

I think that an exponentially expanding wave might be a better description than a spiral. The moon also follows this pattern as does the earth in its orbit about the sun which is orbiting the Milky Way. For that matter all astronomical objects (ie: everything in the known universe) also follows this pattern.

I agree with the premise of gravity as an expansive motion that I have read you (bkparqe) adhere to. If this is true then cosmologists are probably correct that all matter occupied a point space some 10 billion years ago, however, there is no need for a singularity because all matter as we know it could have existed in that point in the same fashion as it does at this moment.

No Big Bang, just an ever increasing expansion.

No quantum singularities, just steady growth.

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