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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 15, 2001 05:07:46 UTC

looking at the way our universe is needed. I like
what you are getting at in your post. Relying on
what we percieve through our eyes to try to
evaulate the behavior of light is like trying
to measure a ruler with it self. Since we have no
real way to measure gravity at an extreme distance I have problems with the Red Shift of
light as it passes over an event horizon. If light is accelerated pas t the magic point which
nothing can exceed what would happen to the light
energy. How would it be affected ,it seems to disappear from the percievable universe. I would
think it is probably the case the light energy
continues to exsist but in a manner which we do not percieve. But I am unsure these questions
seem to me to be the tip on the iceberg, more
likely I am trashing around in the dark looking
for the iceberg I belive to be there.

Later Edward

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