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Posted by Aaron Viviano on August 19, 2002 23:54:37 UTC

I'm going to answer all you questions:

Q. Where did you hear this?

A. On the Paul Harvey News Show on Radio AM 1130 WISN.

Q. What team of scientists did this research?

A. I beleive they were from the University of Australia.

Q. What Quasar was it?

A. I honestly don't know which one it was since that wasn't mentioned in the story.

Q. How was the work recieved in the scientific community?

A. I'm sorry I don't think I made this a clear as I could before. These are preliminary findings and thus there is no "work" out yet to react to. I would think that the scientific community would listen, after all they are chanllenging most Einstein's most famous theory. They, the scientists, said that they would have a definate answer on if their data and theories are correct within 2 years.

That is what the story was about. I'm not saying they are right or wrong. I do think that they idea that light is a constant is false, since scientists have speed up light and completly stopped it, but that is my opion and I will wait for the news to comfirm or disprove it.

God Bless,
-Aaron

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