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Posted by 8eth Holling5ead/">8eth Holling5ead on February 18, 1999 10:22:50 UTC

Light Travels Faster than Light. Cause the Speed of light is not constant. Over the last few Decades Measurments of the speed of light have actually changed. Very slowly...but they have changed. and they follow a logorithmic curve. More Recient measurments have been done with Atomic clocks...which are slowing down at the same rate This results in no net change in the speed of light. but if We look at the Measurments made on the speed of light before the one's used by the Atomic clocks there is a curve That is to great to be accounted for by Error. I attribute this as part of the Red Shift. Which makes it appear as though the universe is expanding. It is infact not Expanding. The time we know is not due to an expansion of the universe but to a change in the speed of light. This also means that many of the distant objects are indeed much closer. Check it out...

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