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Speed Of Light Not Constant: Reference

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Posted by Alan on November 11, 2001 08:45:03 UTC

Nov 2 in God and Science forum here, 'bladesinger' posted "hello" with the reference
http://astronomy.com/Content/Dynamic/Articles/000/000/000/31Ozsozs.asp
which is where the speed of light story is.(That's an 'O' not a zero after '31')

Yes I guess as it was ultra-sensitive equipment that discovered this; it's probably a case of unravelling a more precise knowledge, that Einstein's work approximates.

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