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Old 05-04-2008, 07:21 AM
Ralph Hertle
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Nothing. The lack of correct grammar in your sentence makes it
incomprehensible.


However, if gravitational existents radiate out from mass entities and
collide with,
or otherwise interact with, photons, it may be found that gravitational
existents
are the cause of the lowering of the energy levels of the photons.

Another hypothesis is that the electrons of the photometrically transparent
hydrogen produce gravitational existents, just as they receive them, and
the
interaction with the gravitational existents is the cause of the
lowering of the
energy levels of the photons.

Hypothetically, if the gravity existent from the hydrogen electron
interacted with
the photon, lowering its energy level, the physical location of the
photon may be
dimensionally offset a certain amount while the velocity of the photon
remains as
it was. The effect of a slowing of speed of the photon may be evident,
and a RS
may be apparent. Whether offset or energy reduction are the cause, or both,
needs to be determined.

One thing that is clear is that the use of Euclidean plane geometry to
project
imaginary paths of origin for red shifted mass objects that lead to a
claimed
center of origin for a claimed BB is pure unfounded conjecture. The is
no basis
in physical existence for any Euclidean straight lines projected in
space from or
to any origin, whatsoever.


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