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Re: How We Can Measure Long Distances?

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Posted by Kip Crawford on February 15, 2000 09:20:31 UTC

I suppose it is OK to speculate about distances between objects in the known universe and the possiblities of "not-knowing. I suggest you read Einsteins Reletivity Theories (Light Matter) and understand Red Shift and the expansion of the universe. I'm sure that our methods will improve in the future, however, technology we now possess has been proven pretty much accurate. But on another note I think our measurments of the cosmos is somewhat "off". But that's another post....

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