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Re: Re: Hey Rich

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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 30, 2001 01:43:05 UTC

You know that conerstone has always stuck in my
craw. There has be a relative velocity for light.
Light is radiated energy it does not exsist independantly. It comes from somewhere and it affects objects(matter). Also how would you
experience time dialation if you are not catching
light that has already passed you by.(if I am missing something here let me know) Suppsosedly
if travel faster than the speed of light your
personal time slow inrelation to your home time frame. Do you think that somehow traveling at the
speed of light will somehow stop the processes that naturally occur to and within the human body
(which is the main way humans reckon time, and if you doubt this you must be under 30).
Anyway this is good forum disscussion.


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