A few possible examples,
of light and the aether,
of how the meter is defined,
of how to find the velocity of light,
of the constancy of the velocity of light,
of electricity and magnetism,
if light is possibly instantaneous,
of the particle and wave effects of light,
if objects could reach or exceed c,
if light has mass, inertia, or physicality,
of light being affected by gravity
Is there actually a maximum possible velocity?
If so, why is it necessary? What of how charged particles have been accelerated in supercolliders, to almost reach the velocity of light, relative to the “lab frame” of the earth? And what of when even two of them travel in opposite directions, where the particles dash past each other? Why wouldn’t their combined velocities add up to almost double c?
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