Wednesday, June 09, 2010
ESC Chicago keynote makes case for time travel | RF Designline: "“The only way that speed of light can stay the same is that something else has to be altered. That something else is time—it has to slow down, as experiments have shown,” he said. He described a 1971 experiment conducted by the Naval Observatory, in which one atomic clock was kept stationary, and another atomic clock was put on an ordinary passenger jet and flown around world at the speed of sound. The clock on the passenger jet had slowed down--it had lost time exactly way Einstein had predicted."
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