These findings were the first evidence of the elusive triangle, which has been known for over 40 years. The triangle was first reported by the physicist Albert Einstein in his general theory of relativity. According to the triangle, particles travel at different speeds depending on their shape.
The triangle was first discovered by Albert Einstein in 1905 in his work on general relativity. According to the triangle, particles travel at different speeds depending on their shape. In fact, in general relativity, the speed of light is not constant, and is dependent on the speed of the object being measured. For example, the speed of light in the vacuum is always zero.
Einstein never formally stated that the speed of light is constant, but this is a common misconception. He did, however, state that light travels at a constant speed, no matter what the object’s motion is.
This is where things get really interesting. We all know that light travels at a constant speed, but what if you don’t know whether or not the object you’re measuring is moving at speed c or light speed? This is what the first evidence triangle tells us. It tells us that the object you’re measuring has a speed c and that it’s moving at light speed.
This may not sound like much, but light can only travel at a constant speed if it is confined by a medium you are able to stop moving through. Light is the most common example of the medium, though it’s not the only one. Air, for example, is not a substance that can be stopped moving through, as it can be stopped, but it’s also not a substance that can be stopped by gravity.
Since particles are not bound to a medium, they can freely travel through it, and there is no restriction on their speed. This means we can use light to prove anything we want in this realm. For example, the fact that a triangle is a 3 by 3 matrix may seem a bit far-fetched, but it can be easily proven by using light.
It’s not as far-fetched as it may seem, but I bet it’s not the only one. If you think this is a ridiculous idea, try to imagine yourself standing in the middle of a room with the light coming from all 3 sides. If you don’t move you’ll die.
It’s not as far-fetched as it may seem, but its not the only one. If you think this is a ridiculous idea, try to imagine yourself standing in the middle of a room with the light coming from all 3 sides. If you dont move youll die.
So the latest evidence for an elusive triangle is that some of the cosmic rays seem to have been traveling at about 40,000 miles per second. This is more than one hundred times faster than the speed of light, and it puts the cosmic rays in the same ballpark as neutrinos, which are believed to be the culprits of dark matter, which has been a mystery to physicists for decades.