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Why a timelike vector and a null vector cannot be orthogonal?
Isn't a null vector orthogonal to any vector, by definition? Anyway, each component of a vector is multiplied by zero, so in the end the sum is zero.
Isn't a null vector orthogonal to any vector, by definition? Anyway, each component of a vector is multiplied by zero, so in the end the sum is zero.