i constantly feel that newton was right in measuring the relative velocity.einstein makes use of light which has a limitation of 300000 km/s .It seems as if because light cannot travel more than 300000 km/s we we see the other object moving at lesser speed.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

to confirm that in relative velocity equation we divide(u+v)by only such a factor dependent on product of 2 velocities i.e u*v / product of light velocity i.e c^2.

so everything is measured with respect to "c" which itselves has a limitation. can anyone help me out with this.

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# Relative velocity

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