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Posted by Nicholas on November 10, 2002 22:26:15 UTC

"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. "

Something like this could not be observed. The stars' cosmological redshift is completely swamped by their other motions. Even if it could be observed, you would have to be more descriptive than "non-linear".

"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."

This is just gibberish. You made up several of those words and phrases. Describe it in a language that somebody other than you could understand.

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