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Posted by Duane Eddy on November 18, 2002 13:15:26 UTC

I need you to clarify something.
When I asked the first question “What would we see if the galaxy were closed?”
I knew I did not have the knowledge to compose a model.
I asked the question to try to determine if the general idea may be correct.
I guessed at many more items then you mentioned in your list of incorrect answers.
It is always possible that I read about some of the ideas in the model and didn’t come up with them myself but I think most of them were new to me, which is evident by the wrong conclusions.

So let me reword the first question.

Do you think that the closed galaxy idea if given attention by someone who had the mathematical ability and understanding of the current data would be able to construct a model which fits the data better then the commonly accepted theories?
(1 to 10). 1=impossible 10=yes for sure.

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