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Offline dedaNoe

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kinetics of const velocity
« on: 07/04/2007 10:25:00 »
einstein postulated: the speed of light in void is const in every reference frame.
dedanoe argues: so is the speed of darkness only in opposite direction.

but why these speeds would be const?
dx=Vdt => dx=Vdt+0 => (dx=Vdt+tdV or x=Vt) and (dV=0 or V=const)
with this kind of newton's ill approach to instant velocity every speed should be const.


 

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kinetics of const velocity
« Reply #1 on: 13/04/2007 14:33:32 »
wats the question ur asking?
 

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kinetics of const velocity
« Reply #2 on: 13/04/2007 14:44:24 »
Kinetics of Constant Velocity.

But I have no clue..
 

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kinetics of const velocity
« Reply #3 on: 13/04/2007 17:16:15 »
Is everyone happy still happy that the speed of light is invariable?
I have seen some published research questioning that.
If light is a constant variable maybe the darkness could be catching us up.

 
 

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« Reply #4 on: 13/04/2007 17:28:49 »
Hmm.. Apparently there is this substance, which has been invented, which slows the speed of light down. :o By quite alot I heard..


But yes. Light is invariable, unless something is applied to it.
 

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