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Hello,

I've recently come across a very odd article (link at the end ot my post) in the internet, and I'd like to hear other opinions on this topic.

The article claims that the mass ratios of earth with any other planet in our solar system can be described by the formula 1.228^n, where n is always extremely close to an integer number.

It goes on with the moons in the solar system: The mass ratio of the planet with any of its moons can again be described by 1.228^n, where n is now always extremely close to an integer, or a "half-integer" (... -1.5, -1, -0.5, 0, 0.5, 1, 1.5 ...)

The article includes further mass ratios (e.g. ratio of the mass of earth and the mass of an electron, and even ratios of the distances of the planets to the sun) and the formula 1.228^n is - according to the article - always very precise.

(It is also pointed out, that there's some (alleged) redshift quantization of QSO with a periodicity of 1.23 EDIT: I'm actually only concerned about the mass "quantization" of planets in the solar system.)

So what should one think about all of this?

Link to the article: http://www.accessmylibrary.com/article-1G1-92139647/new-light-redshift-periodicities.html

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