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Author Topic: How many does gravitation increase frequency of wave of light?  (Read 1232 times)

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Gravitational factor - k = 1⁄√(1-2GM/Rc)
Our eyes don't count quantity of waves of light per second.They define lengths of photons waves.We can see violet shift in gravitational field in k times, this means length of the photon wave is contracted by k ,because our eyes use contracted lengths of own instruments by k.All it means gravitation does not increase frequency of wave of a photon relatively of far observer. However it does not mean gravitation does not increase energy of photons.
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