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Posted: Aug 15 2007, 08:50 PM
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The gravitational red shift to light emitted by a singularity would create infinitely big light.
Posted: Aug 15 2007, 09:20 PM
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Light with infinitely huge waves. But the situation isn't so tragical, because the boundary of infinity (event horizon) isn't very sharp, being undulated by quantum fluctuations. So you can observe a light with higher frequencies, too. For the larger black holes the event horizon become blurred significantly and the black hole will become quite radiative. The quasars are giant hot metastable droplets of Aether, releasing their excessive matter, like droplets of hot watter, thrown onto cool glass plate. After while we can observe a formation of thin haze of condensed dew, surrounding these droplets.
In accordance with this model, when the radiation goes away from the gravitational field of quasar sufficiently, a part of this matter condenses back near in the fog of particles of observable matter the quasars, forming the galaxies later. Therefore, the very first galaxies were formed just by cloud of fog without stars, surrounding the brightly shinning quasars in the center. The dust cannot collapse due the radiation pressure of the quasar inside the center.. This is logical - but exactly as opposite model of quasar formation, then the contemporary cosmology predicts! But the contemporary cosmology is facing many problems in connection with quasars and dust galaxies observations.
As you can see, the AWT is solving the problem of quasars, both of dust galaxies by the single model.
This post has been edited by Zephir on Aug 15 2007, 09:28 PM
Aether in one sentence: The particles of reality are formed by observation of reality through density fluctuations of particles of reality.
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