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Re: Wave-theory?

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Posted by Dave/">Dave on February 1, 2000 09:48:48 UTC

Consider waves or ripples. Drop a pebble into a still pond and ripples or waves result. These waves are intense and energetic at their origin and slow down as they lose their energy and dissipate. Light waves and energy are closely related in form and result. The results are waves/ripples.

Time is an assignment with beginnings and endings associated with the assignments given to it.

Time/space measurement benchmark: light; light travels, time is measured. Energy assignments given to light are measurements in time.

The universe is slowing down. The harmonics from light sources (ie: short, long and medium range waves) made sounds and signals in pre-delluvian Earth. Since, these measurable sounds and signals have been measured and the effects or results of light travel can be measured and visual effects such as color of light have been measured to support discrepancies between measurements from the same sources.

The results support theory that the universe is expanding and light is slowing down because the light or visual effects give a record. Or as the universe expands the dissipation of waves result in different time measurements than in pre-delluvian existence.

If light is slowing down, time may be slowing down. Time and space and light are not constant and constantly changing is our relationship, perspective or orientation to the sources.

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