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Topic: NO PHYSICS IS POSSIBLE WITHOUT CONSTANT SPEED OF LIGHT
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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speed of sound doesn't change, no matter how fast you are heading
toward or away from some guy shouting about Einstein's god-AM dingleberrieS

Posted: Jun 23, 2013 3:26 PM
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grip a to get

thus quoth:
we shall not specify the type of wave motion involved, and our results will be applicable to sound or to light. (...) Now suppose that the observer is moving with a velocity Vo away from the source. (...) If the observer moves with a speed Vo away from the source (...), then in a time t the number of waves which



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