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  1. Electric and magnetic energy produce heat., which produces the photon of light. Start a fire, then put it out. When you robbed the fire of its heat, you robbed it of its light.
  2. From my perspective, there are a great many galaxies that we cannot see. The reason I believe that, is because there can be no boundaries in space. It must go on forever, unless science can show how there can be boundaries
  3. That has no relevance, other than to say that white will travel until it interacts with some physical surface. You do know that in euclidean science, straight lines are the most familiar. However, in space science today, science claims that space is curved. By such, that means that light will curve so late from a 45° angle 7000 ly away can curve right into the telescopic lens.
  4. If your statement were true, our eyes would be burned out of our heads by the amount of light coming from the sun and our bodies would be fried by the amount of heat. Heat and light are one. The cold of space robs light of its heat and light. The photons or waves of light emitted by the sun, are 10,000° plus. By the time that they hit earth, they are a cool hundred degrees or less. Once the cold of space has robbed the photon of it light and it's heat, the only thing left is it's electric and magnetic energy.
  5. Do lightwaves disperse in all directions or do they all follow in one straight-line?
  6. By what you claim, please explain how the light from 13,500,000,000 ly away even makes it to earth, with all of the other suns not only in our galaxy, but other galaxies along the way, that must surely meet our eyes at the same moment. What photons or what lightwaves take precedent and please ask your colleagues. I enjoyed brutal honesty. Thank you
  7. Then I have a question for you to ask these astronomers, if you will. I believe you are right about the speed of light. However I believe you are wrong and they are wrong about the speed of sight and here's why. Does light alone carry images into your eyes and our eyes?
  8. My apologies for the double post, which I have erased. I'm trying to learn how to edit my post and as you can see it's not working very well.
  9. From all I have studied, we cannot and do not see back in time. When a high-powered telescope is aimed at a galaxy 13,500,000,000 ly away, as soon as it is dialed in, we see that galaxy right Away. Science itself claims that light disburses to infinity over billions of light-years. How can we see back in time knowing this?
  10. In the above post I should have said, science is wrong what it claims that gravity is due to mass "alone". Mass is part of the equation.
  11. New science by Jim Ryan Every galaxy must act as one, from the center to the very outside edges. Every solar system must travel at the same rate of speed. If every solar system did not revolve at the same rate of speed, we would not see the same night sky throughout the year. Science is wrong when it claims that gravity is due to mass.
  12. Did the big bang create space itself and if so, please explain according to science. Space had to come before or with the big bang. From all I have read, there is not an inkling of how such was done, in the Big Bang or in any theory.
  13. New Science by Jim Ryan But all that science claims, the speed of light is the fastest known entity in the universe. However, I believe that is shortsighted, pun intended. Look to the fartherest star that can be seen with the naked eye. That star is called Deneb . It is between 1400 and 7000 ly away., according to science. Step out of your home and look up into the night sky and you will see Deneb in the blink of an eye. From my perspective, the speed of site is 1 billion or more times faster than the speed of light.
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