A Conversation for McMurdo Station, Antarctica
speed of light sun is travelling at!
georgemoscatello Started conversation Sep 2, 2008
the suns rays are travelling at 186,000 miles a second taking 7 minutes to hit earth and then going on to our other planets leaving our solar system and going out through space adyancing in time, and at that speed the suns rays must be travelling to a future time out in space somewhere,where the suns rays are being received by a future time out in space... a future time we cant see, amidst a space within that time... a space containing possibly a galaxy made up of planets..a galaxy and planets we couldn't see through our telescopes. the earth is travelling for instance from monday to tuesday at the speed its rotating at,but the suns rays travelling at the speed of 186,000 miles a second ...( at that speed which exceeds tremendously the speed the earth is rotating from monday to tuesday) would be going from monday to thursday for instance,travelling way ahead in time advancing further in time,then the earth would advance in time at the speed its rotating at when going from monday to tuesday and so there must be a future time out in space receiving our suns rays when you really consider the speed of light the suns rays are travelling at.
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