Kim, I have my doubts: Hubble's ingenious idea that the 'redshift' means
slowing down frequencies, eo ipso (???) a receding lightsource from us is
fine, just not the possible sole answer to the phenomenon. Light passing
gravitational/magnetic fields may suffer similar decay allegedly, yet the
popularity of the expanding universe with its10thousands of experiments -
all in positive sense with instruments fabricated to show such
expansion-related changes - became a more binding obsession since 1922 in
the conventional physical thinking than was the Flat Earth.
When I mentioned "other" factors possibly causing redshift to MIT prof. G.
she said one word: "HOAX" (that was in 1997 - Nashua Internt'l Symp. on
That was BEFORE I composed my 'narrative' how the unequal Multiverse
occurred and dissipated. (I call it a 'narrative' - not a theory).
I don't see what effect of OUR shrinking might cause a slow-down in
On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 4:30 AM, Kim Jones <kimjo...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> Probably. From a friend of mine on Facebook: "Is it possible that the
> notion of the universe expanding is really an illusion based on the fact
> that WE are shrinking?"
> Perhaps this idea might be used as a "stepping-stone" to a better idea. Go
> on, have a laugh if you want but tell me why this cannot be in any sense
> possible. Conversely, tell me why it might be possible if you think so.
> Kim Jones
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