|Phase Velocity and F-T-L in the G.V.D.
|Crisp, F. and Triscott, N.
Most people take for granted the idea that ‘nothing can travel faster than light’. So typical in our minds is this belief, so fundamental, that we must have learned it very early on - and learned not to question it. When I do tell people that that statement is not entirely accurate, or rather that its only accurate in a very specific context - one in which we do not usually have access to - most do not immediately believe me. It is however with these sorts of cognitive anomalies or dissonances that we may begin to wonder or consider which other inaccuracies do we hold in our regular day to day lives?
|Art and Science
|The Live Creature and Ethereal Things: Physics in Culture
|Arts Catalyst (Publisher)
|28 May 2018
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