If one was performing calculations and got a final velocity of say, 0.99999999c (or 2.99999x10^8); could one logically round that to 'c'? After all, by rounding that value to 'c', you are in a whole different situation, since now, time and distance are infinitely small, as well as mass and momentum which are infinitely large.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Therefore, by rounding to 'c', you are completely ignoring billions of years of existance.

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