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Re: I'm Reading Relativity, But Why Was Einstein So Interested In "light"?

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Posted by iain marjoribanks/">iain marjoribanks on May 15, 1999 19:21:41 UTC

we do not believe that there is anything moving at infinite speed. the reason einstein refers so much to light is because that is the only definite thing. speed definitly changes for all matter, and time is a product of gravity. so it is the only universal law.

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