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Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: maxkeon
Date: Jul 27, 2008 06:23

http://members.optusnet.com.au/maxkeon/sachs-wf.html
has the complete package.
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The Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.

These two scenarios are valid outcomes for the Pound and Rebka
experiment.
http://members.optusnet.com.au/maxkeon/sachs1.jpg
http://members.optusnet.com.au/maxkeon/sachs2.jpg
The transmitted signals are generated from identical chunks of
radioactive iron, as was used in the experiment.
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Re: Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: Eric Gisse
Date: Jul 27, 2008 06:52

On Jul 26, 8:23 pm, maxk...@optusnet.com.au wrote:

[snip]

A little tiny bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. You know just
enough about the Sachs-Wolfe effect to understand that its related to
the CMBR and gravitational redshift. You know just enough about the
Pound-Rebka experiment to understand it was a test of gravitational
redshift.

Unfortunately for you, you do not know any of the DETAILS. The Sachs-
Wolfe effect is the _fantastically_ small effect from the CMBR photons
being redshifted at emission and as they travel from the last
scattering surface to the Earth. This in no way disproves the Big Bang
theory, it just makes you look like the idiot you are.
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Re: Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: Sue...
Date: Jul 27, 2008 07:52

On Jul 27, 12:23 am, maxk...@optusnet.com.au wrote:
> http://members.optusnet.com.au/maxkeon/sachs-wf.html
> has the complete package.
> -----
>
> The Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.
>
> These two scenarios are valid outcomes for the Pound and Rebka
> experiment.
> http://members.optusnet.com.au/maxkeon/sachs1.jpg
> http://members.optusnet.com.au/maxkeon/sachs2.jpg
> The transmitted signals are generated from identical chunks of
> radioactive iron, as was used in the experiment.
>
> The signal received at the tower top from the frequency generator
> at the tower base is noted to be redshifted, while the signal
> received at the tower base from the frequency generator at the
> tower top is noted to be blueshifted. Both frequency generators
> are behaving according to GM/r/c^2, which is exactly as GR
> demands. There are two possible reasons for this. One is that ...
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Re: Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: Eric Gisse
Date: Jul 27, 2008 08:13

On Jul 26, 9:52 pm, "Sue..." yahoo.com.au> wrote:
[snip google output]

You couldn't even put sachs-wolfe into google?
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Re: Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: Sue...
Date: Jul 27, 2008 10:08

On Jul 27, 2:13 am, Eric Gisse gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jul 26, 9:52 pm, "Sue..." yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> [snip google output]
>
> You couldn't even put sachs-wolfe into google?
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Re: Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: Eric Gisse
Date: Jul 27, 2008 10:18

On Jul 27, 12:08 am, "Sue..." yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> On Jul 27, 2:13 am, Eric Gisse gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> On Jul 26, 9:52 pm, "Sue..." yahoo.com.au> wrote:
>> [snip google output]
>
>> You couldn't even put sachs-wolfe into google?

0 for 3 - what the hell are you entering into Google? Quit posting
until you learn to use a search engine.
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Re: Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: maxkeon
Date: Jul 27, 2008 15:29

On Jul 27, 2:52 pm, Eric Gisse gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jul 26, 8:23=A0pm, maxk...@optusnet.com.au wrote:
>>
> [snip]
> A little tiny bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. You know just
> enough about the Sachs-Wolfe effect to understand that its related to
> the CMBR and gravitational redshift. You know just enough about the
> Pound-Rebka experiment to understand it was a test of gravitational
> redshift.
>
> Unfortunately for you, you do not know any of the DETAILS. The Sachs-
> Wolfe effect is the _fantastically_ small effect from the CMBR photons
> being redshifted at emission and as they travel from the last
> scattering surface to the Earth.
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Re: Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: Eric Gisse
Date: Jul 27, 2008 18:01

On Jul 27, 5:29 am, maxk...@optusnet.com.au wrote:
> On Jul 27, 2:52 pm, Eric Gisse gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> On Jul 26, 8:23=A0pm, maxk...@optusnet.com.au wrote:
>
>> [snip]
>> A little tiny bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. You know just
>> enough about the Sachs-Wolfe effect to understand that its related to
>> the CMBR and gravitational redshift. You know just enough about the
>> Pound-Rebka experiment to understand it was a test of gravitational
>> redshift.
>
>> Unfortunately for you, you do not know any of the DETAILS. The Sachs-
>> Wolfe effect is the _fantastically_ small effect from the CMBR photons
>> being redshifted at emission and as they travel from the last
>> scattering surface to the Earth.
>
> Well you have that bit right. But it's the extension of that
> effect, the integrated Sachs-Wolfe effect which could step up
> and save the big bang theory. The expansion of the universe from ...
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Re: Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: Igor
Date: Jul 28, 2008 02:43

On Jul 27, 4:08 am, "Sue..." yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> On Jul 27, 2:13 am, Eric Gisse gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> On Jul 26, 9:52 pm, "Sue..." yahoo.com.au> wrote:
>> [snip google output]
>
>> You couldn't even put sachs-wolfe into google?

I think it seems to be related to chocolate cake. But then, that's
just me.
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Re: Pound and Rebka experiment falsifies big bang theory.         


Author: papa_rios
Date: Jul 28, 2008 03:58

On 27 jul, 04:08, "Sue..." yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> On Jul 27, 2:13 am, Eric Gisse gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> On Jul 26, 9:52 pm, "Sue..." yahoo.com.au> wrote:
>> [snip google output]
>
>> You couldn't even put sachs-wolfe into google?
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