How A Laser Appears To Move Faster Than Light (And Why It Really Isn't) - Universe Today
We at Universe Today often hear theories purporting that Einstein is wrong, and perhaps one of the most common things cited is the speed limit for light used in his relativity theories. In a vacuum, light goes close to 300,000 km/s (roughly 186,000 miles a second). Using a bit of geometry, however, isn’t there a way … Continue reading "How A Laser Appears To Move Faster Than Light (And Why It Really Isn’t)"
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