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C Is Constant

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Posted by Dood on February 4, 2000 17:41:21 UTC

Is space-time shifting? Thus is the c constant of light shifting? Not... flesh is bound up energy... the speed of light remains constant, and flesh being mass, still recognizes this. But the human brain can percieve not only the mass perspective but also the energy. Thus it seems like a change in space-time

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