This is what I am asserting. Excluding the effect of gravity, light originating from 1 billion light year away would reach earth traveling at a speed of approximately 227,564 km/h while light originating from 2 billion light years away would reach the earth traveling at a speed of approximately 255,336 km/h. The CMBR would indeed hardly have any speed at all.SpeedFreek":rifnp1u0 said:My first thought is that this conjecture would mean that the light from galaxies 2 billion light-years away would be travelling slower when it reached us, than the light from a galaxy 1 billion light-years away.
In fact, it means that all the light that reaches us would be travelling at different speeds... :shock:
The CMBR would have hardly any speed at all!