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Re: Re: Nothing Can Travel Faster Than Light?!!? How So?

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 23, 2000 06:22:39 UTC

You wrote:

There is no 'temporal' fact about light. A photon does not age. All of its velocity through space-time is through 3 dimensional space and none through time.

We notice that you are able to answer your own questions: " is through 3 dimensional space and NONE THROUGH TIME."

A "LIVING" photon does not age too and 3 dimensional space is the tool that one uses to reach one destination where light is about to reach by its - superior - "velocity through space-time". (There IS thus 'temporal' fact about light(s) that do not live or are not alive.)


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