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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Imagine that a man and two points m,n are collinear and the man's eye direction is in the direction of the two points i.e man-----y meters-----m-----------------------x meters--------------------------------------n

(imagine the man as a point)

if the man moves h distance perpendicular to the straight line in an instant such that h tends to zero.and when he moved he made an angle alpha with point m and angle gamma with point n.

and the distance between the man and point m =y meters and the distance between point m and point n =x meters.

if x=299999999y (such that c is the speed of light) ,and h nearly equal zero

therefore the rate of change of angle alpha/rate of change of angle gamma=c

(I have its proof but just try it)

therefore new definition of the speed of light........

c=the rate of change of angle alpha/rate of change of angle gamma

make it an inequality such that if x>299999999y and h nearly equal zero

therefore c<the rate of change of angle alpha/rate of change of angle gamma

CAN ANYONE GET A RESULT FROM THAT??????!!!!!!!!!

so i have the proof but you can easily get it also there is no facility here for drawing and explanation...

am I right??????????

the problem is all of that is correct due to me when only h nearly equal zero compared to other distances...

when I assumed h greater than zero compared to the two distances i.e h=10 instead of h=10^-50..

I got invalid and confusing results try it and tell me why is that??.............

thanks for consideration....

(imagine the man as a point)

if the man moves h distance perpendicular to the straight line in an instant such that h tends to zero.and when he moved he made an angle alpha with point m and angle gamma with point n.

and the distance between the man and point m =y meters and the distance between point m and point n =x meters.

if x=299999999y (such that c is the speed of light) ,and h nearly equal zero

therefore the rate of change of angle alpha/rate of change of angle gamma=c

(I have its proof but just try it)

therefore new definition of the speed of light........

c=the rate of change of angle alpha/rate of change of angle gamma

make it an inequality such that if x>299999999y and h nearly equal zero

therefore c<the rate of change of angle alpha/rate of change of angle gamma

CAN ANYONE GET A RESULT FROM THAT??????!!!!!!!!!

so i have the proof but you can easily get it also there is no facility here for drawing and explanation...

am I right??????????

the problem is all of that is correct due to me when only h nearly equal zero compared to other distances...

when I assumed h greater than zero compared to the two distances i.e h=10 instead of h=10^-50..

I got invalid and confusing results try it and tell me why is that??.............

thanks for consideration....

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