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quote:Originally posted by ukmickybut if galaxy A is being pushed one way at near the speed of light and galaxy B is being pushed in a different or opposite direction it could give you a speed of separation faster than c, and neither galaxy would be breaking any rules.
quote:Originally posted by ukmickyexpanding universegsmollinCould it be possible that something beyond our universe is pulling on and stretching it.Rather than the universe and the fabric of space being expanded from something within
quote:Originally posted by David SparkmanSpectroscopy is one of my fields, though only from an engineering point of view. I am not sure what you mean by a red shift of 1000. The units are not familiar to me. The quantium of energy for any element depends on the relationship between the electron and the nucelus of the atom. Temperature changes this relationship, moving at relativistic speeds does as well. But gravitational compression in things approching neutron stars should also change the energy levels of the different shells. So I would not be so sure of the standard interpertation. There are still a lot of strange things we may not have seen or considered.David
quote:Originally posted by simeonieWell not exactly expanding but more is becoming possible to view.----------------------Time is like a knife..... slowly and relentlesly.... cuts the cored of life.-__- my website!!!!http://www.simeonie.co.ukhas forums too!Think about it! lolz
quote:Originally posted by ukmickyTO Gsmollin I donít doubt your knowledge and have always treated your replies as gospel.Itís good to have a source you can trust.But just out of interest have you ever supplied an incorrect answer on this forum. Have you ever got anything wrong? Its human to err, have you erred yet.Or are you inerrable.