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Posted by Abhijit Brijlal Patil on December 29, 2001 18:09:20 UTC

Dear Sir,
I visited the web page address of which you gave me. But it seems that you didn't read that article carefully not mine.

Einstein's theory of relativity does not allow to transfer information faster than speed of light. What information means is "knowledge" of event taken place at some location. Einstein says that if two events occured at, for example 3 million Km away from each other, then both will realise it only after 10 seconds with speed of light. There is no other faster way.

In my article I have explained that information can be transferred at exactly same moment. If not law of conservation of energy collapse. I request you to read my article carefully. Thanks

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