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Light Speed And Distance Error?

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Posted by Human I. Scientist on June 2, 1998 04:02:18 UTC

We can see, rounf of us that; Light cannot go deep water. Light 'mirror' at window. Near the gravityfield light make curve. ETC.

This mean that light is material, and material have own moving-laws.

When light move at space, and hit other light, what happen at both light. - Speed decrease. - They joined together, because light are 'similar'.

Light dont make own 'energy' do move at space, so it has not constant speed.

Question. How big errors to we have at space-picture, because we use constant, 'light speed is constant'.

Am i wrong?

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