survey - and the word "fortnight".

Bob Sneidar bobs at
Thu Feb 18 20:16:42 EST 2010

That assumes that the medium remains constant, and that there are no gravity wells nearby. Also, some scientists believe that the density of space time is not a constant, so it's all relative anyway. I think I would have failed your Jr High physics class just by virtue of pissing off the teacher. :-)


On Feb 18, 2010, at 4:44 AM, Peter Brigham MD wrote:

> I think it was in my junior high school physics class that we we were given the exercise of calculating the speed of light in furlongs per fortnight.
> (approx 3.35 * 10^17)
> -- Peter

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