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Red-shift?

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Posted by J.J.Butter. on August 4, 1998 04:45:00 UTC

We measure galaxies distances, and etc, by using red-shift, theory.

Is it ok?

If point send wave-motion, and we can measure it, and it is constant frequence, it mean that this point distance is changing to us.

Which kind of matter has constant frequence, and endless motion?

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