Reply Thu 9 Apr, 2015 07:18 pm
Does the physics of mirrors make the observer always stationary to them.
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Reply Thu 9 Apr, 2015 11:08 pm
A lot of mirrors use extra silver nitrate and follow you around the room which makes it difficult to appear to be a stationary observer unless you have two directly opposite each other then they can't move because they reflect endlessly upon themselves.
Reply Fri 10 Apr, 2015 03:23 am
Thanks for that usery but I was thinking more in terms of the photon speed hitting the mirror always being the exact same no matter what the mirrors inertail frame of ref is.
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