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Posted by Don Jarvis on April 3, 2003 15:50:34 UTC

I intended all observable constellations. The more distant they are, the more significant the stability of relative position.
The acceleration of low energy shift with distance is moderately supportive of an assumption of loss of energy as an explanation.
I can't remember if extent of shift is one of the measures of distance or not, but it should be one that would have unlimited range and be minimally reliant on subjectivity.
I enjoyed your thinking.

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