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Topic: Dark Energy Solved!
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hanson

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Re: Dark Energy Solved!
Posted: Jul 28, 2013 6:40 PM
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"Sam Wormley" <swormley1@gmail.com> repeats
himself and like a mutt, he barks into the night at a
distant noise he knows nothing about... & so he wrote:
2. The universe is observed to be expanding ...
not into something, but the space itself is expanding.
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hanson wrote:
So, if space is expanding but not into something else,
that "holds/contains the space, then are all your
expanding space elements, all over, expanding against
each other, with the result that what you call expansion
is no expansion at all?... ahahahaha... ROTFLMAO
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Sam, it is much more likely that your "intro-expanding"
space is nothing more that an emanation by the agile
mind of relativistic Einstein Dingleberries, who need
it to keep their worship of Albert's sphincter going....
Impressive Same, impressive... ahahaha... AHAHAHA
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spaced out "Sam Wormley" wrote:
Edwin Hubble's 1929 observation that galaxies were
generally receding from us
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hanson wrote:
Sam, Hubble observed NO such thing. He observed
galactic light spectra that were red-shifted. That's all.
Einstein Dingleberries then conjured up stories about it,
like the one you try to peddle here... ROTFLMAO
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Sam, are you getting so senile that you forget and
repeat the same crap that was answered in the
same way just 2 weeks ago, on July 16, 2013 8:15 PM
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Sam, get a hold of yourself, No wonder they call you ass hat.
Thanks for the laughs though, Sam... ahahahahanson



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