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A Cosmic Speed Limit

The velocity of light plays a central role in astronomy and in physics. According to the Einstein's Theory of Relativity, nothing in our universe can exceed the velocity of light.

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LOTTOMIKEComment by LOTTOMIKE - June 16, 2006, 12:27 am
really enjoy your blog.liked the 70's thing you posted.an 80's one would be awesome!
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Comment by pacattack05 - June 16, 2006, 1:31 am
There is one thing that goes faster than light. It's gravity. Light takes about 8 and a half minutes to reach the earth from the sun. On the other hand, if the sun were to suddenly disappear out of existence, like blow up, the earth would instantly, not eight minutes, lose it's grip from the sun and fly off into space. So gravity travels faster than light.

I just learned this a few weeks ago. I can't believe I didn't think of it myself. As much as scientists want to make you believe that they know alot about this mysterious force called gravity, they really don't know how it works from a to z. They claim they do, but if you ask them how two magnets can attract each other on a seemingly continuous basis without losing the energy, they can't answer. It's because we don't have an answer.

Energy in everything else is eventually used up and has to be replaced with more, if you want to take advantage of it's uses, however, gravity doesen't need this constant supply of energy to keep performing. You don't have to recharge your magnets, like you do your batteries. See?

It's very interesting..........
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Comment by Tinker - June 16, 2006, 10:44 am
pac,
Never thought about gravity. Very interesting for sure.
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Comment by Tinker - June 16, 2006, 10:46 am
lottomike,
Take a look here.
http://www.1980sflashback.com
they have 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's

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