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Re: Are light photons stable particles at slow velocities?

Date: Sat Dec 30 09:10:30 2000
Posted By: John Link, Physics
Area of science: Physics
ID: 975677506.Ph

Concerning the "slower than light" experiments, it is the GROUP VELOCITY which is slow, but individual photons do not exist at speeds less than the vacuum speed of light.

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John Link, MadSci Physicist

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