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Reply Sun 29 Dec, 2019 05:34 pm
What we can see is not able to move faster than light, so, if something is able to move faster than light, we can't see it. Is this correct in logic?
Thank you.
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Reply Sun 29 Dec, 2019 05:36 pm
@htam9876,
No. That is not correct. I brought this up in the other thread, you need to understand the basic principle of relativity. Velocities are measured in a frame of reference.
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Reply Mon 30 Dec, 2019 01:49 am
@maxdancona,
"Velocities are measured in a frame of reference."
Dear:
Velocity now is measured in our frame of reference.
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The OP is just a very simple logical question. If you consider that the first part of the OP has something to do with Relativity, it seems to be. If you consider that the first part of the OP can rely on measurement and observation with out the existence of Relativity, it also seems to be...
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Reply Mon 30 Dec, 2019 05:12 am
@htam9876,
I thought you were interested in talking about actual Physics. I suppose I was mistaken.
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