Subject: Would a velocity opposite to earth's velocity be absolute rest?
Date: Tue May 15 20:07:23 2001
Posted by Stewart
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
City: Tidioute State/Province: PA
Area of science: Physics
Would a velocity (if it can be measured)opposite the direction of the earth's
resultant velocity through the universe be absolute rest? Would time pass at
the fastest rate possible at this absolute rest?
Re: Would a velocity opposite to earth's velocity be absolute rest?
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