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Offline xersanozgen

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« on: 25/11/2008 19:08:48 »
 

The master idea:If the absolute form of universe is a spherical surface How is the visible form by the reason of limited value of light's velocity.

Effectice form of universe is an asymmetric elipsoidal surface. 

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And If we analyze this form; for example we can find the speeds and distances of cosmic units and set a diagram velocity-distance, we will have similar graphic of observational data.

 
 
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« Reply #1 on: 29/11/2008 10:00:33 »
This is not properly understandable and probably total rubbish. It is not even a question
 

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« Reply #2 on: 29/11/2008 15:10:26 »
WHY [?]  Are you senior of this forum?
« Last Edit: 29/11/2008 15:15:01 by xersanozgen »
 

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« Reply #3 on: 29/11/2008 19:51:51 »
He is saying what is the purpose of your diagram. Are you trying to ask a question or proposing a new theory.

Also it would help if it was in english
« Last Edit: 29/11/2008 19:54:28 by ukmicky »
 

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« Reply #4 on: 29/11/2008 23:48:44 »
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How can these answers not be useful if your question doesn't have a meaning?
 

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« Reply #5 on: 30/11/2008 09:16:15 »
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How can these answers not be useful if your question doesn't have a meaning?

I want to expound at the topic "Is the big bang correct?"
« Last Edit: 30/11/2008 09:46:31 by xersanozgen »
 

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