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Consistancy Of Lightspeed...

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Posted by nåte/">nåte on December 1, 1998 10:29:55 UTC

ever hear about the constant of lightspeed to be related directly to the permitivity/permeability of space?

As space expands or contracts, the permeability and permitivity of space changes with it directly; which in turn directly affects the consistancy of light.

This argument comes from the discussion of the gravity constant; or the speed thereof.

Originally the argument stems from the origin that the velocity of light was at once the same of gravity. And that gravity is truely what is the constant...


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