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    VSL Varying Speed Of Light

    I don't see how that'd either be possible, or really matter to us for our purposes, because in our corner of the universe the speed of light does not vary, so to speculate about it's variance is pointless for our purposes.
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    VSL Varying Speed Of Light

    Wimms, the thing is is that the speed of light in a vacuum just does not vary. It stays at c. Even if it varies, our measuring equipment would vary with it, and like Hurkyl(...I think) said, then we'd implement Occums razor and simply state that for all intents and purposes, c does not change...
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    Stoping light or atleast slowing it down

    Didnt they use the Bose-Einstein condensate for that?