- Adam Brendon
- Dallas, TX
- United States
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That the observation of Hubble's Law may actually be attributable to the gravitational lensing of our home star and possibly our galaxy.
Taking into consideration that no observations have ever been made from outside of our solar system and that we do live in relatively close proximity to an incredibly massive object, that the gravitational lensing of that object could skew the values upon which we base our determinations of the speed, mass, chemical composition of extra-solar light emitting bodies and their respective satellites.