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Posted by Homan I. Scientist on May 31, 2000 05:24:08 UTC

My thought is new idea.
And it give new thruth of nature working methods and matter.

Can you say that i`m wrong of next.

1. Light born at light source ant therefore it must be some kind of matter thing (like photon example)

2. Allways matter thing move some how.

3. And this moving-length has own length.

4. Then light has own distance what it can travell, and it depends of starting power and place-breaking(air-break light speed).

Einstein has sayed at light has maximun spees near earth 300000km/s.

5. Then light has starting speed and own light-travell speed.
?????????????

6. Therefore i say that space is `full` of light, between stars, and we see it, when we put some thing(like planets, moon, spacecraft, mirrot, dust, etc)

7. And this light has many properties which carrier example radiowaves and also it`s has efects(or influence) to keep planets together.

8. But this dont give answer to next.

9. Space matter exist and born somehow?

10. This matter has some kind of `itself-mind` to keep everything to live.

11. And this matter is in space and born.

??????????????????



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