Reply to post: Re: c is calculable

Three certainties in life: Death, taxes and the speed of light – wait no, maybe not that last one

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Re: c is calculable

I can think of at least one way the speed of light could have exceeded the expected speed within the early universe... if it was re-emitted but due to time length/iteration/quantum uncertainty limits did not interact as often with particles. It could have "skipped" particles, due to them being so close together? Then it would not be limited by re-emission as it is now in water/glass etc... due to the early universe being so dense.

Though it may just be me who is dense.

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