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Speed of Light Theory Test to Challenge Einstein's Physics

Newsmax Monday, 28 November 2016
A speed of light theory test has been developed by two professors to test Albert Einstein's assumption that the speed of light is constant throughout any situation.
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News video: Was Einstein wrong? Physicists challenge speed of light theory

Was Einstein wrong? Physicists challenge speed of light theory 00:53

The speed of light in a vacuum has been considered one of the fundamental constants of nature since Einstein’s theory of general relativity was published a century ago. But João Magueijo, of Imperial College London, and Niayesh Afshordi, of the University of Waterloo in Canada, propose that light...

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