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quote:Originally posted by realmswalkerTo the other snow mobile, if it were to look over at the otther one it would appear to be moving to fast.
quote:Originally posted by realmswalkerAlso i have another question, can nothing go faster than the speed of light, or can nothing be observed going faster than the speed of light...?
quote:There is a good review of the concept in this New Scientist article....sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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quote:Originally posted by Atomic-SRegarding things moving greater than the speed of light: In relativity as we currently understand it, the local speed of light is the maximum local speed of any object or signal. However, G.R. as applied to gravity says that time passes slower at lower altitudes and faster at higher altitudes, and that light is affected correspondingly, so that it moves slower at lower altitudes and faster at higher altitudes