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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on November 18, 2002 15:43:33 UTC

Galaxy distribution charts, by definition, show the center in a non-expanding, rotating universe.

But there is a problem alright. It is with differential velocities measurement in a rotating universe, as I have described on my website.

If one is sitting on a rotating platform, one cannot use Doppler to detect the velocity of anything else on the same platform. So by this, it is not possible to discern the rotation velocity of the universe.

But once the total distribution pattern of the galaxies is reasonably well known, then it may be possible to calculate what it must be using masses and distances. Of course I must leave that to the astronomers and mathematicians.

Prediction: And I say the galaxies will follow an Orbital Velocity Distribution Curve essentially identical to the stars in a spiral galaxy. That is; the CURVE will be the same, not the actual velocities values. And the non-Newtonian, non-General Relativity effect will be there, as JR Redbourne's Permanent Gravity Effect.

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