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Thread: how does a radar detector work?
face BY : David VanHorn email (remove spam text)

At 03:44 PM 11/5/01 +1200, Steve Baldwin wrote:
> > While the constant known as the speed of light has served us well in
> > the past, it may not be as "constant" as we have believed. There is
> > credible work that challenges the accepted figure as a limit.
>I have no idea about this "credible work", but as a layman in the
>subject, the speed of light does seem to make the assumption that
>time is constant. Is it ?
>Wrap your mind around that one. :-)

Discovery channel this summer had a show on cosmology, near the end of the
show, they discussed some evidence that the fine structure constant may not
be (constant).

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