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Did Anybody Ever Answer The Question?

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Posted by Einstein Jr. on March 24, 2000 21:57:01 UTC

I read through all the posts and i didnt see that anyone answerd his question.. I might of missed a post where some one asnwered so if im wrong sorry. But here is what i think.. If you are going the speed of light in a car and turn your lights on. the light from the head lights will go past you. Light is the same in all inertial frames. I might be wrong so if there are any people out there that know im wrong sorry.. But i once read that if you shot a beam of light and even if it WAS posible to go faster than the speed of light you couldnt catch up with it.

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