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Old 04-13-2007, 08:45 PM
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anyone know what the factors of resistance on light particles would be
in a terrestrial medium if the medium was assisted by artificial means
to accelerate light particles to move faster than it was designed for?

naturally, i'm talking about instruments known to todays science. i'm
curious if only time/and or acceleration factors would cause
sub-particles to slow down, effectively cancelling out the artificial
acceleration of light.
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Old 04-14-2007, 02:17 AM
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Dear 0D9D3A1:
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A product of permittivity and permeability lower than that of
free space would to it.


Fizeau got light to travel faster than c_medium, by propagating
it through a moving medium. But this was the 1800s.


No. And light does not "accelerate".

David A. Smith


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Dear 0D9D3A1:
"0D9D3A1" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
news:SZRTh.114$j%5.13@edtnps90...

A product of permittivity and permeability lower than that of
free space would to it.


Fizeau got light to travel faster than c_medium, by propagating
it through a moving medium. But this was the 1800s.


No. And light does not "accelerate".

David A. Smith


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