Authors: Edward G. Lake
While it seems clear that nothing can exceed the speed of light as it would be measured at a stationary point in an imaginary empty universe devoid of gravitational influences, it also seems clear that there are mathematical versus logic problems with a constant speed of light in our real universe.
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