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    Default The apparent speed at the center of galaxies

    If galactic centers were somehow producing "space-time", than it may be welling up between celestial bodies making them appear to be going slower than they really are. They may be going much faster?

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    Default Re: The apparent speed at the center of galaxies

    Quote Originally Posted by David Hawkins View Post
    If galactic centers were somehow producing "space-time", than it may be welling up between celestial bodies making them appear to be going slower than they really are. They may be going much faster?
    Why just the galactic centers?

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    Default Re: The apparent speed at the center of galaxies

    Because a supermassive black hole at the center would be respinsible for the acceleration of normal matter, and accelleration into matter creates "once it reaches the speed of light" space_ time. Dark energy recorded in Dark matter.

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