Skip to comments.Speed of light may have changed recently
Posted on 06/30/2004 1:35:28 PM PDT by NukeMan
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I’m not reading any further than your post. ... If this whole shebang started with an initial burst of space and time and energy and has been expanding ever since, then the background conditions for all these constants must be changing as the zero-point field has more space and time in which to function and interact. It would be anomolous if the constants were not changing! But God’s Holy Spirit is what keeps the extremely delicate balance holding it all together, so we created beings aren’t going to effect any changes so’s you’d notice ...
Don't be. This study / experiment was debunked. About a week after this 'big announcement' in June.
Turns out that the 'scientists' didn't calibrate their instruments -- Oops. ;-)
So 'c' is still 186,000 mps (approx). And no new 'Speed Limit' signs need to be made ;-)
I am sorry to tell you, but this particular article has nothing at all to do with that earlier Italian/etc. experiment that was debunked.
Please read the article. Instead of having to do with the flight time of neutrinos, this has to do with a change in the proportion of isotopes over a billion years of time.
In addition, “...recently...” in this case is on the order of 2Billion - 6Billion years ago,
[What does this mean to Einsteins theory of relativity where C is the speed of light ?]
That E is still relative to C.
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