Galaxies faster than light
Egil Presttun has discovered why distant galaxies move away from us faster than light and why they have exactly the speed they have.
How distant galaxies can move faster than light has been a mystery. It is a common belief that light from our galaxy can not reach
those galaxies, but even though that sounds sensible, it is wrong. Light from our galaxy will catch up with those galaxies, and
light from those galaxies will
reach us. If light from those galaxies did not reach us, we would not be able to see them. But how is it possible
for light to reach galaxies that move away faster than light? And how can galaxies move faster than light?
The new four-dimensional model of the universe explains the logic of what is going on. If you read the book
A New Understanding of the Universe, you will understand the logic of why distant galaxies move away from
us faster than light. You will also be able to calculate the speed of those galaxies, and the calculations comply
with our observations. Naturally, you will also understand why light will reach galaxies that move away faster than
light. A spaceship travelling much slower than light would also reach those galaxies. Confused? You
will understand how it works if you read the book.