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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 16, 2002 16:17:34 UTC

Because I don't know anything about it.

"The fine structure constant, commonly called alpha, is equal to 2pi e squared/hc where e is the electron charge, h is planck's constant and c is the speed of light."

I'm just taking your word on all this. Commonly new theorys recieve much attention, then someone finds a problem, and they die out. I'm not saying this evidence is wrong, but I am not the one to refute it. I don't know how the light reached earth quickly, nor do you know why there are huge gaps in the fossil record, or which came first, the DNA or the protiens?

"This is a question that is still trying to be figured out!! Does that mean we throw away all of science as we know it. Just because we ran into a wall in our knowledge."

This is a quote from Scott Abernathy. I agree.

KC2GWX 73's

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