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Posted by Mike Pearson on December 11, 2001 00:56:06 UTC

distance 1.0 refers to time when distance has been entirely travelled ie collision
and is a variable placeholder

numbers in calculus aer not the same as numbers in physical universe
one is Euclidean and one is empirical with
gratitude to Euclid et al.
.99999... dooes not equal 1.0 in physical universe until you specify the type of objects colliding; then, type of force determines how many 9s
for some collisions when motion is involved.
Does light have different electromagnetic effects on you when you are travelling at light speed too? If so, topology should be different.
the numbers will be different too in that case
as compared to when you are only riding motion
of earth,
or comparing various cases for travel of subatom parts

several cases, all mumbo jumbo
effect on relative numbers

(change in) (comparitive
change in)
scale of objects
type of force
distance travelled
other properties

just know

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