Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

Carl J Lydick (carl@SOL1.GPS.CALTECH.EDU)
28 Apr 1995 08:02:23 GMT

In article <>, (Gil Hardwick) writes:
=In article <3njgj9$>, Bruce D. Scott ( writes:
=>Carl J Lydick (carl@SOL1.GPS.CALTECH.EDU) wrote:
=>: The "tired light" hypothesis, so beloved of creationists, hasn't been in
=>: use by anybody except them since the 1950s or thereabouts.
=>Is David Crawford a creationist? (I don't know.)
=>Crawford published his QGEL (quantum gravity e... losses) model in
=>D. F. Crawford Ap. J. 377 1 (August 1991) and D. F. Crawford AP. J. 410
=>488-492 (June 1993). Basically, it is a way for photons to lose energy to
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=Slipping just a tad behind the cutting edge here, are we Carl?
=Maybe you ought to put in a request to your boss to be paid for more
=than just knowing VAX/VMS, yes?

No, Gil. The hypothesis described above is quite distinct from the tired light
hypothesis. Once again, you demonstrate your abysmal ignorance.

Disclaimer: Hey, I understand VAXen and VMS. That's what I get paid for. My
understanding of astronomy is purely at the amateur level (or below). So
unless what I'm saying is directly related to VAX/VMS, don't hold me or my
organization responsible for it. If it IS related to VAX/VMS, you can try to
hold me responsible for it, but my organization had nothing to do with it.