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Posted by John Morgan Powell on March 8, 2001 18:53:25 UTC

Do the editors and contributors of the IEEE believe that remote sensing has been verified experimentally? If not, then what's going on? Maybe it will take a little more time for someone to show where the Stanford research is flawed.

If one paper seems to show that the speed of light is not a constant should we immediately ignore all the research that says it is? It's only when research clearly shows a previous idea is false that it is rejected by the scientific community. Until the scientific community accepts the Stanford research, I'll remain skeptical.

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