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The Triple-Quasar is an Optical Image of Milkyway, Andromeda and Triangulum Galaxies – Implies Expansion in the Direction of Dark Flow

Authors: Jose P. Koshy

Based on the concept that light follows a circular path of radius 2.5 billion light-years, here I show that the triple-quasar LBQS 1429-008 is the 10.5 billion years old image of 'Milkyway, Andromeda and Triangulum' galaxies. From this, the position of our galaxy at two different times can be ascertained, and the direction of expansion of the universe can be estimated. The 'surprise finding' is that the direction thus obtained is in agreement with the direction of so-called 'Dark flow', implying the possibility that the expansion is due to actual motion of bodies, and hence LCDM model is wrong.

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