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    Not really knowing what the problem is, Lets give...

    Not really knowing what the problem is, Lets give this a try together.

    My first step is to make a diagram (or part of it) readable.
    Something like this....
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    Database Error Database error

    Whenever I try to access my settings I am getting this error... The forum still seems to work.


    The The Physics Forum database has encountered a problem.
    Please try the following:

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    Honestly no one knows as far as I know. And the...

    Honestly no one knows as far as I know. And the real question is why does the universal expansion even speed up.

    Most mainstream cosmologists believe there was a huge explosion known as the Big...
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    I send you a friend request with firefox... no...

    I send you a friend request with firefox... no problem, I think you should go to the persons page and press add friend. That should solve the problem.
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    This guy explains it good. ...

    This guy explains it good.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cE6AjwRE8wk
  6. Thank you Physicist, As far as i know, no one...

    Thank you Physicist,

    As far as i know, no one on this forum managed to show me that the big bang was an explosion instead of an implosion.

    I know something has happened that was really...
  7. So if I get this right... In layman's terms...

    So if I get this right...

    In layman's terms Light from the faster than light galaxies does not get here. It has decayed to lower bandwidths..

    so only radio telescopes can detect them.
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  8. Thank you very much Farsight... that made a lot...

    Thank you very much Farsight... that made a lot clear for me
  9. So how did we ever detect them as we know they...

    So how did we ever detect them as we know they are out there?
  10. Galaxies moving away from us at speeds greater than the speed of light.

    This might be the most silly question.

    I know very distant galaxies move further away from us at speeds greater than the speed of light.

    My question is. Do we see them in reverse? I mean do we...
  11. We already know the speed of light is not...

    We already know the speed of light is not constant... it changes with the Index of refraction of the medium it is passing trough.

    We know it can be bend by gravity. (Lens effect).

    So why does...
  12. You are right but what I really was asking was...

    You are right but what I really was asking was how can I find a way to find a way to solve a problem, where everything I was thought doesn't make sense anymore.

    And I don't even know if what I...
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    How I look at this problem is that time around a...

    How I look at this problem is that time around a massive object gets slowed down... inside a black hole time slows to a (near?) stop.

    So it allows light to curl up upon itself end finally fall...
  14. At least A half decent question. So everything...

    At least A half decent question.

    So everything is getting smaller, so even our measurement tools, Relatively nothing changes from our point of view, at the small scale. (something like our solar...
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    People here will probably laugh me out of here but I can’t get it out of my head.

    What if instead of living in an expanding universe, we live in a fixed size universe where matter is dropped in...
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