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Re: Re: It Is Kind Of Intresting That We Seem To All Agree That Our Eyes

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on January 26, 2001 04:25:25 UTC

I thought that the larger the width of the wave the longer it takes to reach point b from a, in billionths of a nanosecond measurements, thus resulting in an effect of color variation, created by the wave width. Thus the speed, unmeasurable by our devices, dictates the spectrum. If this is so, the whole red shift/blue shift would have to be reevaluated in its meaning.
Of course, this is only an idea that would require much faith to accept, given the current dominantly accepted theories.

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