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# Space Width Modulation

#### BR-549

##### Member
Imagine a spoked wheel. Remove rim. Place a release button in center of hub. When pushed, the button releases all the spokes.

#1. No matter the spin speed, the released spokes keep the same length.
#2. The emitted spoke was emitted as a chunk, and required no streaming duration. An instant release.
#3. No matter the speed of the hub thru space, the emitted spokes remain the same length.

Now imagine a current conductor. When voltage is applied, current will rise until the current bucking voltage equals the driving voltage. Then current steadies. During this time an electric and magnetic field grows out from the conductor....out into space. At about 1 ft. per 1 nano second.

It will take 1/2 period duration to grow a field with a 1/2 wavelength radius from that conductor. Out into space. It takes 1/2 period to grow a 1/2 length of EM field. Into space.

Now imagine that field being emitted like a spoke. A chunk of length.

Now imagine a spoke catcher. A spoke catcher is like a balanced vertical see-saw. When a spoke flies by, it tilts the see-saw in a direction, for 1/2 period duration.

#4. Then the see-saw takes another 1/2 period duration to reset that tilt. During this time, the emitter is growing another field, that takes 1/2 period. This is when we measure an electrical frequency......and think it's a wave. A full wave period. But light is a pulse, a strobe, not a wave. Only the catcher waves. Because the catcher rings. It vibrates.

#5. Rinse and repeat. If the is no relative velocity between the hub and catcher......the duty cycle of this dynamic is 50%. (radio is only in use haft the time) This is party why propagation seems to be both wave and particle. Because it's actually a duty cycle.

Now think about this

#6. The only thing that can change with hub velocity........is the SPACE duration between pulses.

Star light is SPACE WIDTH MODULATED. And the longer the distance.....the more it is modulated. Giving the appearance of an expanding space.....at a distance. And that offset in duty cycle can tell you the relative V of that emitter.

#7. The motion of the catcher(detector), modulates the whole period(mark and space)...keeping that emitter offset. This period offset can tell you the relative V of the detector.

#8. Both of these modulations occur with all starlight. All moving emitters.

#9. This explains the deep red shifts at long distances. And deep shifts only occur at long distances.

A rather convoluted description of the Doppler effect.