studiot Posted October 28, 2013 Share Posted October 28, 2013 Perhaps the only way to understand it, then, is by learning the math Thank you for the link. However I saw many words and little maths, really only a few unsubstantiated formulae. There was no development of a mathematical argument. Are you suggesting I should learn this? Certainly there was no mathematical answer to the straightforward mathematical question I raised, although the article did state that there was no expansion (section 2.0) We can certainly agree that this kind of misuse of the term “expansion of space” is fallacious and most certainly dangerous. Unfortunately the article introduces an aether theory in section 2.1 et seq, which substatially diminishes it in my view. I would add that my question is linked to my comments in post#5 and represents the beginning of a critical examination of the idea of expansion. I sympathise with the OP's dilemma and seek some solid mathematics. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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