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Topic: Why does the speed of light can't exceed
(314159.2654…) km/s?

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Jens Stuckelberger

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Re: Why does the speed of light can't exceed
(314159.2654…) km/s?

Posted: Jul 25, 2017 5:30 PM
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On Saturday, July 22, 2017 at 4:27:03 AM UTC-7, bassam king karzeddin
> Most likely this question would seem so silly, but I heard that (From
> physics), some particles or rays can go slightly faster than the speed
> of light,

You should do something to improve your hearing.

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