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Because the 'tube' is also 'c'. And nowhere have I found anyone able to explain why 'c' is, and what makes it exist. And everything ticks to 'c' here, inside your body and outside it. Einstein does not explain 'c', he uses it. The guy or gal explaining 'c' will be the next Einstein in my eyes, or Newton, or Planck, or ... There are so many good thinkers out here But we seem to forget about the axioms. They are what needs a explanation, together with constants.
What you may be thinking of is the light having a scale, adapting to the scale of a universe?And so also take a less 'time' propagating, if compared with a former scale?
unless you assume everything to scale the same. and then we won't be able to prove it, one way or another, anyway,
And, oh damn it, sorry but I really enjoy this one. It's about my favorite constants excepting 'c'. and it in a way, takes up the same questions Ethos asked. Can the laws of physics change? Well, I will cuddle up to 'c', and Planck scale, while you read..
can scaling something be defined as a fractal behavior?=If you stop thinking in terms of matter and space, instead defining patterns, to what we observe. Is there a smallest scale for those patterns, and what would you think their constituents to be?
Maybe? I was thinking of light myself, but that is a dimension less quantity. Although it fits 'paths'But yeah, I don't know, the universe we have is presumed to break down at Planck scale, becoming infinites.Wish I knew that one.
A electron is approximately a point particle, maybe definable somewhere down to a limit of 10^-18 meters, possibly?A Planck length is equal to 1.616199(97)×10−35 meters