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Posted by Duane Eddy on April 27, 2003 20:19:42 UTC

You said:
massive objects dropped at different times also fall at the same rate.

I'm not saying you can't be right.
It's just that I can't agree unless I have a theory or a logical description to explain your reasoning.

Hear is an example:

You can't just say red is green.
You need assumptions.

Red is frequency X light.
Green is frequency Y light.
The observer is moving with respect to the light source at Z velocity.
The Doppler effect equation determines wavelength shift.

Red light will appear green to the observer.

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