NEU Theory

speed of light

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1. In Current Science, the speed of light is the speed at which photons (and other massless entities), propagate through a vacuum and is exactly equal to 299,792,458 meters per second. The speed of light sets an upper limit to the velocity of massive bodies and the speed by which information can be transmitted between bodies. The cornerstone of the Special Theory of Relativity, the speed of light is considered a fundamental constant of nature and is designated by the symbol c.

2. In Neu Theory, the speed of light c is:

The two speeds of light (bent and straight) are subject to a synchronous natural acceleration, the constant a, the 3rd of the 4 primal physical quantities of nature.

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