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Posted by Duane Eddy on November 2, 2004 14:23:07 UTC

So we have to coordinate systems.
An entity at rest with respect to us
and ourselves.
That gives us two entities however...

As differentail velocity approaches 0 the two coordinate systems differ only in origin location.

The entity approaches the rest mass state.

From the De Borglie equation
wavelength = h / (M x V)

We see that the wavelength is infinity as the differential velocity approaches 0.

The eneties,
(ourselves and the "at rest" enetity)
can have no interaction.

Approaching one another is not possible without a differential velocity.

Unless you would say the entities are already close enough to each other to have wave interation.

So what is the interaction between infinante waves?

Its your turn my brain hurts.


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