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SubjectRe: [OFFTOPIC] Re: Quantum Mechanics
> Date: 	Sun, 26 May 1996 15:06:27 +0200 (MET DST)
> From: Eyvind W Bernhardsen <eyvind@stud.unit.no>
>
> On Sat, 25 May 1996, Mike Wangsmo wrote:
>
> [...]
>
> > The gist of all of that is that if the force field is sufficently stong
> > enough and the object (maybe a curved light beam???) can reach the same
>
> Light doesn't curve. Light, by definition, travels in a straight line.
> Light, also by definition, always travels the shortest distance between
> two points. Therefore,
>
> > point accross the cone base in a shorter periord of time, however has
> > covered more distance. That translate into an object exceeding the speed
> > of light and a relative setting. This doesn't violate the theory of
> > relativity since no claim about the object exceeding the speed of light
> > in the same reference frame is made. A corralary to this theory could
> > also be postulated as having the velocity of a light beam accelerated by
> > a *sling shot* type of action rounding a gravitational field. By doing
> > this, the so called fixed speed of light can also be increased and I
> > thing with a little bit of work, it could be shown to be unbounded.
> >
> > Just a few thoughts.
> > _______________________________________________________________________
> > Mike Wangsmo, Graduate Student wanger@fubar.cs.montana.edu
> > Dept. of M&IE, MSU http://www.cs.montana.edu/~wanger
> > Bozeman, MT 59717 (406) 586-0690
> > "May the Force be with you, always"
> >
> >
>
> Eyvind Bernhardsen
>
>

Hmmm -- there is no FDDI working ....

Werner


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