# Chew on this for a while...

Discussion in 'Science & Society' started by Active8, Oct 27, 2002.

1. ### Active8Spokesman for the obviousRegistered Senior Member

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well...angles and "time". I'm considering a rubberband effect in where different levels of light-energy/quanta are forced to return to the source, as is the micro-version GRAVITY.
Answer me this then Q. If a blackhole is discovered by the effect it plays on visual stars in front of it, why can't the gravity of our own galaxy pull light back in. Like a black hole. There is proof of higher activity...the closer you get to the center. For one thing though, If you measured a beam of light at the center of our universe and then measured it again at the outer edge, you would have a unit of measurement. What happens to the grade of the beam of light? Does it degrade? If so, multiply the units of distance by the amount needed to reaching the closest galaxy.
If the time for a star to reach our eye is strongly delayed, what is the point of studying galaxies that don't exist?

Again...
I am using logic and not dependence.

3. ### Active8Spokesman for the obviousRegistered Senior Member

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http://www.seds.org/messier/Pics/Jpg/virgo.jpg

Look at this picture you suggested.
Imagine this. The membrane of a nuceus is extemely smaller than that of the cell. You can bearly make it out.
Space is a cell. We're in one cell. There are bubbles of cells all piled on one another. They are reflective. look at the picture.
Look at sudds. Tell me I'm so wrong.

5. ### Active8Spokesman for the obviousRegistered Senior Member

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Due to movement. We would see trails right? Or is our camera very fast speed?

7. ### (Q)Encephaloid MartiniValued Senior Member

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Answer me this then Q. If a blackhole is discovered by the effect it plays on visual stars in front of it, why can't the gravity of our own galaxy pull light back in. Like a black hole.

Bad example. Light is distorted by the curvature of space near a black hole. The stars in galaxies are light years apart. Big difference.

If you measured a beam of light at the center of our universe and then measured it again at the outer edge

There is neither a center nor an outer edge of the universe. Where exactly are we to make these measurements ?

If the time for a star to reach our eye is strongly delayed, what is the point of studying galaxies that don't exist?

I'm don't understand this question. I assume you're referring to a stars light, and not the star itself ? We study galaxies because they do exist. The reasons we study galaxies are numerous and varied.

Again...
I am using logic and not dependence.

If so, it is a type of logic I've not yet heard.

Space is a cell. We're in one cell. There are bubbles of cells all piled on one another. They are reflective. look at the picture.

Sorry, I don't see that at all. Did you happen to be smoking something when you looked at these images ?

Tell me I'm so wrong.

OK.

8. ### Active8Spokesman for the obviousRegistered Senior Member

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It must be so nice being right all the time.