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quote:Originally posted by BorisEven the Einstein has said that the matter can "redshift" the electromagnetic waves. So, the redshift we have in the scopes is due to the matter (dark, white, you name it) that lies between the observer and the object. I just can't buy the Doppler effect. The way i see it is that if there really is some expansion it has to be with a constant speed say a cub of space with side 1 light year expands with a certian amount. And then how come some galaxy superclusters are moving in certain directions, there shouldn't be such thing, right?