How can speed of light be absolute yet that fact and relativity of sublight speed implies relativity of space and time intervals; if time time dilation is infinite at v=c, then time stands still only from that reference frame, but light takes a longer time relative to any other reference frame (thought it isn't at rest relative to our reference like any sublight speeds-to-rest reference-frame transform)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# If time time dilation is infinite at v=c, then time stands still only

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