Is information (in classical physics) transferred at light speed? Or is it assumed to be instantaneous? What is actually going on in examples such as:
1) An electron in space is surrounded by a capacitor which is connected to a closed circuit. Microsecond by microsecond, what happens?
If I have two perfectly rigid boxes, one behind the other, and I push one on the side on a frictionless floor, when will the other box know it's being pushed?

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i think its instantaneous

Assumed to be so or is?

thats what i think lol

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