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. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!