kaito9 wrote: Manicblade wrote:
kaito9 wrote:I don't think electricity can travel light years like Electric Universe theory proposes, i don't think even visible light can travel light years, i think light will likely weaken and weaken until no it is longer visible light, may convert into infrared and lower freq after travelling few million kilometers.
If say you was in space where there is a vacuum and you throw a rock would it stop and go away or would it keep going till something hits it or slows it down. Now take a flash light beam that comes out. Will it still go on like the rock? I would say yes. Any option why?
Rock would stop after a long time since there is no resistance in space, the energy you put in throwing rock is not unlimited so the rock would stop at some point as the energy depletes, the energy will deplete very slowly in space.
Firstly i'll preface this: if concave earth is true, this is all meaningless discussion...
This is correct, in my opinion. Even modern scientists agree that space is not a vacuum. There are tiny particles/atoms dispersed with a density that is orders of magnitudes less than what we are use to though. ~10^-16 atm based on their sciences.
But more interesting is the spherical shells of exponentially less luminosity. They say suns billions(????) of light years away have enough energy to be seen with our eyes (or telescopes) Thus, when they back calculate the size/diameter/emitted energy they get gigantically obscene numbers. The numbers must be right! /s (if earth is convex, i think many of their conclusions from faulty back calculations are sorely incorrect)
So these two phenomena: 1) exponential decay (1/r^2! => squared distance from source, same as electrogravitic fields)
2) collisions with a *near* vacuum...a period of time ranging from negligible to millions of years(?!?)
...combine to make me highly doubt that the universe is 91 billion lightyears across.