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Light Moving Faster Or Slover Than C?

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Posted by Alexander on October 10, 2001 20:43:03 UTC

Maxwell equations have only one solution for e/m wave - motion with the speed of light. Even regardless reference system.

So, what do you mean by e/m wave moving with the speed rather than c?

Weak bosons do not carry nuclear force, gluons do. Weak bosons are believed to be massive photons (although it is not clear what makes them massive).

Force between nuclons gets weakier with distance - that is why nuclei do not pull other nuclei in unless they come in close contact.

Growing with distance force between quarks is introduced to explain their unseparation. No non-contradicting explanation so far for the nature and mechanism of this force, although there are attempts to modify nuclear force to fit such behavior.

Alternative view is that quarks simply do not exist (as elementary particles) - that they represent different but entangled properties of nucleons.

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