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Re: Typo.

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 8, 2001 16:15:30 UTC

Omega = 1 is a relativity concept. My logarithmic dependence on time is subjective to the outside observer (e.g., god). So assuming that relativity works for this universe, then the speed of light in vacuum is always c. It may differ however, for the logarithmic observer. For such an observer, the speed of light would have an exponential dependence, i.e.,

c(t) = C * 10**( t/6849) where t is backwards time starting right now.

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