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Posted by Richard Ruquist on May 12, 2002 18:56:59 UTC

The universe is much less than 6,000 light-years in size and there is onlt one galaxy, the Milky Way. So the light we see from distant galaxies is really just us looking at us from the perspective of light traveling several times around the universe and always coming back to roost (be detected). Every time light circles the universe it picks up speed because of universal expansion, and at the same time, loses energy so its frequency diminuishes.

If I elaborate on this theory, do you think I can get a creationist magazine or foundation to pay for its publication?



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