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SubjectRe: CONFIG_RANDOM option for 1.99.2 [OFFTOPIC]
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Ingo Molnar wrote:
>
> [ OFFTOPIC ]
>
> On Fri, 17 May 1996, Andrew E. Mileski wrote:
>
> > > ps. money cant buy you faster electromagnetic waves :))
> >
> > Gravity waves propagate faster (all points in space at once,
> > if I recall the physics correctly <shrug>).
>
> General Relativity Theory builds gravity from a mathematical model that
> has light-speed as the limit for information-flow. Though it's hardish to
> prove it (unless you can build galaxy-sized accelerators), it's quite
> logical and there is no reason (and no experiment) which indicates that it
> would be wrong.
>
> translated into plain English: light-speed is a hard limit :(

Scientists can experiment all they want, but I refuse to believe that
light-speed is a hard limit. Its just an arbitrary number!


ulimit speed `expr $light * 4`

There, that put the cat amongst the pigeons.

-Andy

--
Andy Walker Kvaerner Engineering a.s.
Andrew.Walker@lysaker.kvaerner.no P.O. Box 222, N-1324 Lysaker, Norway

......if the answer isn't violence, neither is your silence......



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