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Why You Can See The Stars.

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Posted by Selsick on December 20, 2003 20:15:26 UTC

This is a very interesting part of my theory.

We will assume that gravitation is because of
induced currents and charges due to light.
(For more information see my other post over
here.)

For every ray of light the whole universe's
charged particles vibrate slightly in order
for it to go from A to B.This is extremely
small as already there is not much energy
in a light ray so the induced charge and currents
are even much, much smaller.

They are in fact so tiny that thay are simply
a very slight wobble in the electrons or protons
movement.As they are so small these currents
either do not generate any heat or they are
the 3 degrees Kelvin in the background radiation.

Thus the stars can be seen at night.

When this light passes a massive body like the
sun which is made of many protons and electrons
the space close around it is "softer".As it
is softer light travels a little slower and
so it bends a slight bit accounting for the
fact that one can see some stars which should be
blocked out by a lunar eclipes.

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