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Posted by Aaron Viviano on July 23, 2002 00:29:05 UTC

"The measurements indicate that the hyperfine constant is smaller (or is it larger?) by one millionth of its value. This negates the expansion theory."

Only a millionth? Wow in the realm of possibilities of this universe I could drive a fleet a Mack Trucks though! Just look at what the possibilities since came up with for the universe to form by it self and yet they except that. If it is only a millionth I think we have a good chance, after all just look at how finly "tuned" our universe is for life.

Which expansion theory are you looking at? The one that I have seen allows for variations in the speed of light.

I heard something about the voyager space craft suddenly slowing down when the past a certain region past the solar sytem. I can't remember where I heard this, so I'm sorry that I can't give a refrence to it, but if anybody else has a refrence I would be most grateful. Thankyou.

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