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Does the basic "particle" is moving at 1.216 c ?
« on: 24/10/2016 14:12:56 »
The speed of light is 'c'. The light is an oscillation, if something is oscillating for create the wave, the speed of that "particle" is the length of the sine function divide by 2pi, so it could be  c4sqrt(2)E(1/2)/2pi≈7.6404/2pi=1.216c ?
« Last Edit: 24/10/2016 15:56:42 by LB7 »


 

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