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Posted by Alexander on November 23, 2001 18:46:16 UTC

This one (aboun non-changing c, h, e with time) is well known fact. If I would not know, I would state so. But almost as always, I DO KNOW.

Mark, the answer is simple. Look at distant corners of universe. Do you see hydrogen there (universe is made mostly of H)? Take bigger eye (telescope) to see better. Do you see spectra of H there (attach a spectrometer to a big eye to see the spectra). They are very distinct. Position of lines depends on c, h, e.

Turns out, lines are exactly at the same place as for H in a discharge tube (=like a neon sign tube) here on Earth, if to subtract red shift due to expansion of Universe. That is how we know that c, h, e is the same everywhere we can see.

Because light from distant corners was born long ago, that is how we know c, h, e were the same back then too.

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