Special relativity says that the speed of light is a constant regardless of the speed of the observer.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I've always been troubled with the idea of squaring that speed (C ^ 2) unless speed of light to the zero power (C ^ 0) also has meaning at the same time and in the same space; the net effect to an observer fixed intimebeing 1 = 1where0 = 0.

To an observer fixed inspace, 0 would appear equal to 1 at the same time that 1 appeared equal to 0.

To arealobserver, part of one appears to be in zero and part of zero appears to be in one.

Please destroy this view of special relativity.

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# Speed of Light, Squared

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