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  1. #1 Time is space-time, is motion-interval, defining distance? 
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    Time is space-time is motion-interval defining distance.

    What other descriptions may be applied to accomodate, correct, or contribute to this definition?

    Is Einstein's abandoned Cosmological Constant returning to reinstate the Bondi, Gold, Hoyle abandoned Steady State theory?

    Is Hubble's red shift caused by 'gravitational red-shift', or the recession of observed sources of light in direct line of sight, confirming a spatially expanding universe?


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