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Galaxies and stars located in the universe.
In this chapter, I wish to propose a theory on Galaxies and stars, that some might consider highly outrageous. And the reasons why I wish to do this, is to meet specific criteria on evolution, other theories have neglected in the past.
In some way, it seems ridiculous to believe all Galaxies were created the same, all stars followed an identical pattern, yet indigenous life around those said Galaxies and stars is noticeable by its absence.
Do we really believe, with so many known Galaxies and stars located in the universe, we are the only life forms to inhabit such a vast expanse of space. I think not.
But if that's the case, and other life does tenant our universe in abundance, we might ask ourselves at this point, why we don't detect that life with large radio Telescopes using a Doppler effect: The change in pitch of frequency from a source to an observer.
We stipulated, in our chapter on Time we could show a plausible mechanism to describe the reason why this event doesn't take place, ragardless of how often we try and achieve it.
What I actually proposed, rather rebelliously in my opinion, was a brand new, totally unique theory, that displays stars in our night sky as exertion points of force: A point between two stars where the strongest point of force is located, and moves light two directions simultaneous, so two observers around two stars witness the same event together - and thus neither could determine a different time frame from any other. This theory actually means, it should be possible from here on Earth to show planetary movement, and motion around other stellar mass, providing we use the new theoretical observation to do so.
The reason why I believe we do not currently detect other planetary motion, is because we only ever witness a point of force, with no body of mass displayed, as any body of mass needs to contain solid, identifiable matter.
Therefore, any star we measure, must already have its sums calculated. In other words, when we currently attempt to measure planetary motion in another solar system, all we witness is an image rather than a body of mass.
If I momentaruly digress, and demonstrate a simply analogy with numbers, rather than stellar material, it might help. Imagine adding two numbers, say two plus two, then the point we measure the Doppler at would-be the totalled four.
But with this theory, it would also be possible to show, that if two stars produce an exertion of force, between both of them, it would actually create a pin-prick of light, what we determine as a star, and so this point would total zero.
And these we currently see receding according to science, as the universe constantly expands. The scientific term for this expanision is known as The Hubble Constant.
However, for this new theoretical observation, which shows a change in the emission and transmission point of light, we should remember, we wouldn't see a universal expansion, because of the principle of equidistance: All objects retain an equal distance from each other all the time, even during regression.
That means, even if universal matter did expand within a universal framework, the relative distance between all bodies, stars, would be constant to all other bodies.
And if that is the case, then for us, we have to conclude, that only an exertion of force, pin-pricks of light (stars) can vacate the position they initially inhabited. They move more distantly from us as we on Earth gradually lose our gravitational influence.
We've insisted, this could easily be proven to be right or wrong with a simple telescope measurement: The rise and fall of starlight on a secondary equation to a Doppler Starlight would briefly rise during a solar eclipse in another solar system, and then fall back to its original position once the eclipse transpires.
Below is a list of chapters for the Metaphysics Anthology. The book itself is designed as abit of fun! One man thinking out loud. You should not see it as science, merely enjoy the imagination of the human mind in full swing.
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