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    Did you mean he Einstein looked for an invariable constant( i know what your saying a constant cant be invariable, another calc for another time) that would prove his gravitational theory correct before he met Hubble and the rest of the scientist who belived the universe was expanding. Then yes I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    I did not say he added Lambda to Einstein's gravity equation. He Magueijo thought this was genius. That is all i said so u can stop trying to put words in my mouth.
    I quoted your post in that post and I will quote it again here:
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    Nicely put, however u still ignore 38 39 posts. You didnt look at them or you want to ignore them. You did not expalain how he could come up with that number. Lambda added to Einstein's gravity equation is brilliant. U and most want to combine dark energy with Bose or whatever his name is. Your hypothosis is null.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Nicely put, however u still ignore 38 39 posts. You didnt look at them or you want to ignore them. You did not expalain how he could come up with that number. Lambda added to Einstein's gravity equation is brilliant. U and most want to combine dark energy with Bose or whatever his name is. Your hypothosis is null.)
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    I did not say he added Lambda to Einstein's gravity equation. He Magueijo thought this was genius. That is all i said so u can stop trying to put words in my mouth.
    This is why I said you need to quote where you think I put words in your mouth.

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    Lambda added to Einstein's gravity equation is brilliant.
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    I did not say he added Lambda to Einstein's gravity equation.
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    Lambda added to Einstein's gravity equation is brilliant.

    Einstein himself searched for Lambda.

    Even when those bad theories (in my opinion only) of galaxies moving away from each other ment the bulk universe was created and was billions of years old.

    Please follow I said the bulk universe. Meaning the entire Universe not just our part of the universe.

    He searched for Lambda unitil he finally met Hubble and saw galaxies moving away from each other. Showing some proof that our part of the universe was created/birthed.

    Magueijo thought his search for Lambda was the missing link.
    This is what i tried to say. I agree I see how you could interpret it the wrong way. My mistake.

    Magueijo sees the greatness in Einstein's gravity equation with lambda included.

    He believes after the bang light traveled faster and gravity also was affected. Tries or does prove that that there is no flat/horizon problem. In our part of the universe.

    Einstein was bigger. He worked on the entire Universe the bulk Universe. Muliverse whaterver you want to call it. The infinate Universe. Again I wish he was here now could have done mich more with the tech out now. Hubble was ok but the satellite telescope Hubble should have been called Einstein.

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    Ok, but again, my point also remains valid. Talking about the Early, early universe... the claim made by all of the cosmologists I mentioned above refers only to the Early Universe and the conditions that allowed it.
    None of them put forth the hypothesis that photons degrade to this day.
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    So if Magueijo is right what does that prove to u. Try to be honest with this.

    From what i think Magueijo is proving and trying to prove that light was faster in the early universe. If he is right what does that mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    Ok, but again, my point also remains valid. Talking about the Early, early universe... the claim made by all of the cosmologists I mentioned above refers only to the Early Universe and the conditions that allowed it.
    None of them put forth the hypothesis that photons degrade to this day.
    Ppl did not know. So i and Magueijo are to blame. No once science is proven we dont ever go back unless disproven. Right? Honestly im just being me. Can't ignore something that makes sence to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Ppl did not know. So i and Magueijo are to blame. No once science is proven we dont ever go back unless disproven. Right? Honestly im just being me. Can't ignore something that makes sence to me
    You are not making any sense at all. You and Magueijo are not on the same page. Your claims are very different from his hypothesis. I explained exactly why in the very post you quoted: His model is only demonstrating conditions of the very early universe. It has no relation to your claims of photons degrading in the current Universe and local spacetime.
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