A SI meter definition changed?

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In that case, this is semantics and lies in the ambiguity of language. It is not metrology nor physics. I prefer my answer in #46.
 
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still underwhelmed with the arguments.
There is no such thing as an argument stronger than “by definition”.

If you are unwilling to accept even a “by definition” argument then you are completely unwilling to be persuaded by any logic. There is nothing the rest of us can do about that.
 
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