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As pertaining to the recent accomplishments in slowing the speed of light by passing a laser through a Bose-Einstien condensate: Would an observer (in any relative position)see the same effects (according to Einstiens Theories Of Relativity) as someone who is traveling the speed of light? Does the process work in reverse(as pertaining to the observable effects)? Would time appear to slow down to any oberver?
Re: Bose-Einstien condensate?Observable effects same as faster than light?
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