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I understand that at the turn of the twentieth century, Physicists were rather smug and thought that they knew all there was to know; however, as I understand it, there was a glaring problem with one of the main laws of Physics, namely that all the laws of Physics are the same in all Inertial Reference frames.

I'm specifically referring to Maxwell's equations which show the speed of light to be a universal constant but this was not the case in all Inertial Reference frames as defined classically.

Please clarify this puzzlement for me.

Thank you,

Bob

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