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Offline A51Watcher

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #45 on: July 31, 2014, 04:47:27 PM »
Has anyone ever thought about nebulosity, plasma effects and water which is throughout the universe and how it makes an anomaly such as gravitational lensing seem plausible?

A weak force such as gravity bending light to me does not make sense, but then Im no mainstream astrophysicist.

Light occurring in nebulous features and being observed through water which is supended in the plasma of space makes much more sense to me, perhaps I am wrong, but thats what I would look at.

Heres something that might be applicable here....
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EckBfKPAGNM[/youtube]

Not to argue or contradict anyone here, just sharing some thoughts.

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Le


Fascinating post and video also Le!  8)

Much cutting edge knowledge there.


I notice his expulsion theory diagram with the quasars looks similar to the expulsion seen from black holes (2 lines starting at the center moving outward in opposite directions).

Certainly a repeating pattern to keep an eye out for as we move forward in exploration.


Thanks for sharing that.











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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #46 on: July 31, 2014, 05:32:03 PM »
  Very cool!  :D  I would just like to say this and see what happens!
  As it is with our perceptions, we see only what we are enabled by our senses. This being the case what we see looking at galaxies that may be on converging vectors are still subject to (What I call, The laws of our observations.)   This being that two objects converging on a common area or place from apposing sides will perceive each other as approaching at an accelerated rate. This is applicable to even light speed travel in respect to objects as far apart as the galaxies we can observe.  Because the observation takes place from either component of the event and not within one single object in motion. 
  In this observation the space between the galaxies would diminish faster than the observation would account for. This brings the idea that they are traveling faster then light, yet neither is traveling faster then light, only the observation of diminishing distance between the two seems to indicate that they are. This is an illusion of motion convergence. 
  Two cars are approaching each other at 100 mph. They see the convergence from within each car as happening at 200 mph., yet neither is going mover 100 mph.

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