0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Light speed should be higher when it heading Earth than heading space. Vin=c+g Vout=c-g
Am I correct? If so how easy is to examination?
If gravity works on photon, larger star light speed should be lower, small star light speed should be higher, black hole speed light is 0, so we cannot see it. Why is light speed a constant?
If 2 stars both 10 light years away, their mass ratio is 1:10^6. 2 photons from each star aim Earth at same time 10 years ago, which one first gets here? Do they have the same wave length?