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Posted by Thomas on November 2, 2001 16:16:31 UTC

Unless you have a way to make measurements without using light or electromagnetic radiation, it's not possible for the speed of light to be anything other than a constant feature of spacetime. In a simple analogy, to think that the speed of light can change is akin to thinking that the ratio between inches and centimeters can change. Nonsense.

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