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Re: Speeds

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Posted by Nameless. on September 30, 1998 11:40:05 UTC

: How do we know we can see the furthest galaxies from us. : They could be moving away from us relatively faster than c:

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: If A is moving at c/2, and B at c/2 in opposite direction, light from A will never reach B, and vice versa?

: Is there a fault in my logic?

Nothing fault.

Your logic is starting point to come out, at, scientific 'Big-Bang-Black-Hole'-cone- thinking theory.

Your logic is starting point, to see that, what nature-space is.

Good luck.

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