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When Are Photons Motionless

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 6, 2002 12:25:17 UTC

I liked your numbered reasons for why something that could be called aether exists. However, when you got to your dead grandchildren, I thought you were going too far. Here is the point where you and I lost contact:

***Photon particles that have mass only when they're moving, ***

Now if I am ot mistaken, photon's are always moving, except at Harvard where some lady has managed to stop them in their tracks. The ladies at Harvard must be lookin' much better than when I was there.

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