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Re: Theory Of Relativity: True Or False?

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Posted by Christofer */">Christofer * on June 22, 1998 13:57:49 UTC

: I would have to say, the threory of relativity is false.

: Lets take E=MC2 for inctance, this isn`t possible : due to c, because light can act in so many different ways. : The speed of light cannot be constant,

: When we talk about light we talk about not just the visible, part : but the enitre Electromagnetic Sprectrum, which includes Gama Rays - radiation to you and me :) : Radiation has been seen to escape black-holes, thus meaning, that the speed of light is not constant,

: However, nothing-can go faster than the speed of light: That is correct.

: Lets asume, we are travelling at the speed of light, then we travel, say 100 mph faster, light will catch up. : That is light, for any moving object is constant, however fast the object goes, : but to an observer light is also seen to be constant, however, light has changed its relative speed.

: This theory cannot be proven or disproven, but it certainly makes a lot of sense, if you were to : think about it logically. :

HE said: "nothing-can go faster than the speed of light: That is correct."

That is not correct, and maybe we can't accelerate into the speed of light but what about using the things already moving in the speed of light.

(Sorry, but my English is not so good so if I missunderstoood what HE said, I am sorry)

A tips of reading for some really screwed theories: K-PAX by Gene Brewer It's a novell more than non-fiction book but allthough it's fun

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