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Inopeki Group Title

Did they really see neutrinos move faster than light? Doesnt that screw up einsteins theory?

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  1. future_engineer Group Title
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    Nah...actually it has already been proved that the velocity of light added to the veocity of lighe is still as same as the velocity of light i.e. C+C=C!!

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    Inoeki nothing is proved yet. However, I doubt what they said about neutrinos is right.

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    C+C=C? Im confused..

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    Inopeki "speed of light is constant and relative motion relations doesn't apply on it" this was the second postulate Enisten sat as the two fundamental postulates for his special relativity . is it clear now

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    Oh right, special relativity..

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    Wait.. Does that mean that light closes in on you equally fast even if youre goin just under the speed of light?

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    pardon me I didn't get the question.

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    @physicist ali, correct, that was what I was talking about!!

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    pravo man, you deserve a medal

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    thanx!!

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    welcome

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    ALI, if you are moving at 95% the speed of light, will light still reach you just as fast as it would if you were standing still?

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    oh hell yeah, even if you were moving with the light himself you would see him moving like nobody is challenging him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I know it's strange but this is the truth and nothing but the truth as Enisten said.

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    That is so weird!

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