Subject: How do you know you're near the spped of light?
Date: Thu Sep 10 12:29:15 1998
Posted by Andrew Northrop
Grade level: undergrad
School: University of Minnesota Twin Cities
City: Brooklyn Park State/Province: Minnesota
Area of science: Physics
At near-light speeds, one's mass is supposed to increase. How does
one travelling at such speeds know it. What kind of effect on
acceleration would this have?
Re: How do you know you're near the spped of light?
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