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Re: Light Speed

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Posted by Matthew Greville on September 22, 1997 08:05:13 UTC

Yes light speed is the speed of visable light as the higher frequencys of light have a limited range that they can travel a good example is the way in which light diffuses underwater and in the atmosphere also radio waves if you broadcast at a high megahertz admitidly you have a very powerful radio but the lower the freq but greater the volume or energy the longer the signal lasts don't know if that made much sense but hope irt helps

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