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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on November 10, 2002 16:20:55 UTC

Prediction: That the redshift of starlight from stars close to us will be found to be initially nonlinearly redshifted at a faster redshift/distance rate than stars farther away. This is because of the First-Order decay rate of the amplitude of the starlight.

Then this is followed and overridden by the observed nonlinear redshift/distance rate caused by Second-Order thermodynamics transfer lags of the e-m wave energy from Aether-Line-Of-Force to ALOF, as the e-m waves continue over longer distances.

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