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Speed= distance/Time Can we do this for light. Speed=C= Distance space/ Time= 0 And does that prove divison by zero. Where space is infinite.?
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Speed= distance/Time Can we do this for light. Speed=C= Distance space/ Time= 0 And does that prove divison by zero. Where space is infinite.?
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anonymous
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When space is finite distance/time=0 is inderterminate so D Hopitals rule proves space is infinite.
anonymous
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Clock can take time to infinity to infinite digits of Pi and time is 0 and absolute when pi is infinite
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Can anybody answer does this prove division by zero

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And does it prove an infinite universe
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How do youb make S=D/T right for Einstein
anonymous
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first of all.. we don't know whether space is infinite or finite.. so, lets say illustrations:: 1: space is finite we have a unit "light year" meaning that the distance that light can travel with speed of 3.00×10^8 m/s for an earth year. so if we take the space radius (considering we are in the middle of it) as 9,500,000,000,000 kilometers, which gives you one light year for light. so , here the Speed = distance /time as C=9,500,000,000,000,000 (meters)(other end of space)/31536000 (secs)(seconds in a year) which gives you C = 301243023.84; i.e, 3.0124..x10^8 m (clear??) you can do for the infinite too...
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you didn't get you.. did you??

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