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Posted by NowMe. on August 7, 1998 00:10:05 UTC

Pure mathematics.

A=Light source. B=My eye. L=Light. D=Distance A to B.

We known that L has maximum speed, 300000km/s at space.

We know that A make L. We known that if L move,it need continous A-power.

We dont know anything else of A. We dont know it's size, power,etc.

How do we can say what is distance (D=km).?

Pure mathematics. What is distance D=km.

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