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Expanding Universe And The Force Of Ratiation

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Posted by Jeremiah Connelly on July 25, 2001 07:18:27 UTC

I suspect that EM and light radiation carries with it a force that is applied to the particles of which it collides. This force pushes mass outwardly providing the repelling force described in the cosmological constant theory. Because the radiation has a greater range than gravity, as distance increases, force increases, thus acceleration.

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