It was a long time ago now but if I remember my physics lesson... two photos traveling past each other are still traveling at light speed relative to each other. That's the messed up bit about relativity if I remember right.Originally posted by major_setback:
If one beam/photon of light is travelling towards another, what is the relative speed between them? (..or two particles doing the same?..or two objects travelling at 51% the speed of light?)
It's happening all the time, every time you have more than 1 light source. I don't sense any warping of the time/space continuum; any spatial/temporal shift.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong
This is a really interesting discussion that is going on in the scientific community. Is Einstine wrong about the speed of light? It's so interesting to watch science at work here.. evidence is brought to the fore that significantly challenges our understanding of the universe and everyone seems excited about it. It'll be interesting to see what they uncover... is it a measuring error or something else?