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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on April 11, 2001 22:04:56 UTC


All objects contract in the direction of there motion. As An object gets
farther away it gets smaller, (red shifts,lower pitch sound)(contracting in
the direction of its motion).''An object gets closer, it gets Larger(blue shift,
higher pitch)(contracting towards you).(contraction of Field). 'Gravity is a
straight line'|, one of overall contraction, moving at right angles~,getting
smaller|; or one of overall expansioN, moving at right angles~ getting
larger|. 'We live in a four dimensional space-time continuum which is
expanding moving at right angles~|.'Micro-time|(that which is smaller)|
moves faster than Macro-time|(that which is larger)|moves slower|. As You
get smaller|, everthing around you gets larger|, as you get larger, everthing
around you gets smaller|. So is space-time (the weight of everthing & the
descent of free falling objects)(ying-Yang)(steady-State)(Back and
Forth)...In order to go faster, you must become smaller...and smaller and go
faster and faster....Gravity is always a Straight line, never anything other
than a Straight line....Electricity moves at right angles to this; Magnetism
moves at right angles to Electricity. Reference: Doppler Effect ||
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