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ok in a vacuum light doesn't have to bounce around much, that has zero to do with gravity.

another note you may want to consider --

For example, physicists discovered just in the last 15 years that neutrinos have mass and that they can change from one type to another. "People were very skeptical," Wojcicki said. "If you asked many respectable physicists early in the game at a comparable stage [then], they would have said it was wrong."

it is only a matter of time. soon everything you thought you knew will be wrong. me as well.

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Defenition of the speed of light:

http://www.thefreedi.../speed of light

the speed at which light travels in a vacuum; the constancy and universality of the speed of light is recognized by defining it to be exactly 299,792,458 meters per second


Robert, the speed of light is constant and is indpedant of refraction.
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ok in a vacuum light doesn't have to bounce around much, that has zero to do with gravity.

What are you responding to here exactly? You were referring to as 'evidence' for your opinion that light speed is a not a constant, the fact that light travels at different speeds depending on whether gravity was acting up on it or not, or whether it was interacting with a medium. I was pointing out that in the absence of either, or where the effect is negligible enough that it can be discounted, it travels at c. The video and unrequited's post elaborate on this further. So far, there is absolutely no evidence to show otherwise, versus a century of empirical data in its favour.
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ok in a vacuum light doesn't have to bounce around much, that has zero to do with gravity.

another note you may want to consider --

For example, physicists discovered just in the last 15 years that neutrinos have mass and that they can change from one type to another. "People were very skeptical," Wojcicki said. "If you asked many respectable physicists early in the game at a comparable stage [then], they would have said it was wrong."

it is only a matter of time. soon everything you thought you knew will be wrong. me as well.

I'm guessing you have no formal education in the matter and have the propensity to believe in things without any evidence behind them.

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if The alien greys were real, then its highly likely that theyre not aliens from a different planet/galaxy. rather, they'd be time traveling evolved humanoids of type 3 civilization.
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if The alien greys were real, then its highly likely that theyre not aliens from a different planet/galaxy. rather, they'd be time traveling evolved humanoids of type 3 civilization.

You gotta be fucking kidding me.

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if The alien greys were real, then its highly likely that theyre not aliens from a different planet/galaxy. rather, they'd be time traveling evolved humanoids of type 3 civilization.

You gotta be fucking kidding me.


You better watch what you say about the greys!!! You don't know when they could be watching! Or is that santa?
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if The alien greys were real, then its highly likely that theyre not aliens from a different planet/galaxy. rather, they'd be time traveling evolved humanoids of type 3 civilization.

You gotta be fucking kidding me.


i know. oh well, this is the fictional future section.
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