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Posted by ModeMan/">ModeMan on April 20, 1999 02:56:15 UTC

Just clarifying my thoughts on the speed of light, Is it true that indeed if you are traveling at the speed of light (in relation to the earth), and measure a particle of light moving in the same direction (also in relation to the earth), you will still measure it at 186,000mi/s?

Any words you might have on the absolute speed of light you have would be appreciated.

-Adam

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