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Sol Aisenberg, Ph.D. has given us a Christmas present, Milo.

I'll show you how his theory pertains to yours.

Here are his links:

Sol Aisenberg, Ph.D. Advisor on Technology and Business
For Inventors, Businesses, and Scientists
Tel: 508/651-0140 Fax: 508/653-0759 itgplus@earthlink.net



After reading his papers I realized that it is not the individual photon that is losing energy but what is happening is the same thing that happens in glass. Take for example a prism:

Different frequency waves take different paths as in a prism.

We only get the red waves from distant stars because over time the wave density becomes too great for the blue waves to ever get to us. They all get curved away from us.

The same thing happens in a prism. More glass or more space, it's all the same.

It's the repulsive force over time/distance doing it.

This is a steady-state universe same as glass.

The repulsive force between the molecules of glass act on light the same way the repulsive force between the stars act on light.

This also shows you why the electron must be built from the wavelength that it is.

A lower or higher frequency would not make the correct curved path to build a spherical standing wave resonance like the electron.

Sol also has answered the age old problem of Olbers' paradox.

Talk to him Milo.



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