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Posted by Duane Eddy on November 14, 2002 02:21:02 UTC

I did not intend to suggest that I was not attempting to learn as much as I am able.

I have no intention of changing Einstein’s theories. When Einstein proposed his theories he did not eliminate Newton’s theories but specifically stated that a new theory must resolve to Newton’s laws except under special conditions.

See I’ve read his papers. He was free with his assumptions.
He made an assumption, determined by “thought experiments” the results of his assumption and found that they explained the universe around him better under certain circumstances. His math was not so complicated.

I simply implemented one possibility the Einstein’s theories predicted to be possible, that we have a closed condition.

I found the condition predicts the red spectrum shift, quasars, quantum galaxy distance and a galaxy configuration location which matches known data.

In addition the model predicts several items which may be checked.

It may be that you already know these items to be true or how they can be verified one way or the other.

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