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- CarolOklaNolaLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
Yes, there would be. The speed of light in a vacuum is NOT infinite. The speed of light is NOT CONSTANT. Some minerals have THREE speeds of light.

- 4 weeks ago
No. If the speed of light was infinite, none of relativity would apply. We would be in a Newtonian classical universe.

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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Light speed isn't infinite

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- Jim MoorLv 74 weeks ago
No. If infinite the formulas would default to Newtonian physics.

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- General ZodLv 74 weeks ago
Light speed is not infinite so what are you asking?

Goring tries to rewrite the laws of physics frequently. He thinks Newtonian physics is correct..

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