Subject: Can I determine my speed by using an elevator mounted lazer?
Date: Sat Feb 3 11:55:50 2001
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Area of science: Physics
If I were in outer space in an elevator traveling at near light speed
velocity could I tell my velocity by mounting a lazer on the cieling shining
down with a mirror reflecting up and measuring the red shift from the lazer
compared to the blue shift from the mirror. If I were in the middle I could
measure each way.
Re: Can I determine my speed by using an elevator mounted lazer?
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