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Re: Einstein Was Right - It Has Been Measured And Found To Be True.

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Posted by thed/">thed on June 5, 1998 06:25:33 UTC

: Light speed is constant. : E=MC2, say Einstein. : Wrong..................... : ------------------------------------ : C dont mean light.

: C mean material itself.

: Formula is : Energy=Mass*MassSpeed2 : C is Materialspeed. : C is not light speed.

There is one major problem with this. If the mass is not moving it has no energy, if it is moving backwards it will have negative energy. This is blatantly wrong.

You claim light speed is not constant, where is your evidence. light speed is constantly measured every day in physics labs (it is not just a theory or a computer model) and is always found to have the same speed, ALWAYS.

If light speed was not constant (variable) then it could have any speed it wanted, even infinite speed. This would mean information could be transmitted instantly and the whole universe would else to exist the instant it was created. As we live in a universe that exists (open your eyes and you see it everyday) light speed is not a variable.

Time exists because light speed is constant. It takes a finite and fixed period for a light signal to move out from an event. If it did not time travel would exist.

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