« on: 28/02/2024 18:35:45 »
But " what if " something around you was occuring at FtSoLiaV?I can shine a laser pointer at say the moon and the red dot will move at a rate proportional to how fast I flick my write. The red dot will move considerably faster than c, but that's not an example of causality. It is very much an example of something moving FTL.
(faster than speed of light in a vacuum)
A light beam could go around the Earth like 6 or 7 times, isn't it?With quality mirrors, it could go around hundreds of times.
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