I can prove that the relativity theorie of Einstein is wrong.
At the speed of light there is no time.
So nothing can move.
Show me Einstein's theory, show me that you understand it, and then show me the mistake. Then you'll have proved he was wrong.
That's if you assume Einstein's relativity, which you've just so cleverly disproven.
Nothing inside the light beam can move, from our point of view. If the light beam happens to be carrying a clock, we won't see it tick. This doesn't mean the light doesn't move with respect to us. The speed of light is measured by observers with clocks that do tick.
The speed of light could also be the stillness of light. We are moving with 300.000km/sec true time.
If it was possible to move with light speed you will leave and arrive on the same time.
PWrong wrote:Because I'm moving so fast and you're sitting still, your clock is ticking, but mine isn't.
You don't leave and arrive at the same time in any reference frame, ever.
At the speed of light there is no space and time.
PWrong wrote:At the speed of light there is no space and time.
Yes there is.
Icon wrote:PWrong wrote:At the speed of light there is no space and time.
Yes there is.
if there wasnt space, you would have nowhere to go, and if no time, you would have no time to go, so obviously yes there is
batmanmg wrote:the dialation and contraction of time and length maybe? just a guess there
houserichichi wrote:Because that's how relativity works. No matter how fast you go the light always appears to be travelling away from you at the same speed.
how would one notice ones clock going slower, by comparing it to the speed of another clock, hmmmm, not easy to do when all clocks will appear the same to the high velocity traveller :p
mghtymoop wrote:rather than considering that light always travels 3*10^8 m/s faster than you consider that you always travel 3*10^8 m/s slower than light, that way light can always travel at the same speed but the speed at which you experience time becomes slower
rudeonline wrote:When men and women create's a child, 2 moment's of "now" come together as a new "now".
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