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Leonardo Herrera
Works at Cinemark Theatres
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Give it to WatchMojo to keep the streak of including at least one black and white film in their choices. Even if it was just an honorable mention. 
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If the speed of light is relative, always constant to the beholder, then what do they mean by "you can't travel faster than the speed of light"? Whose speed of light? Is there a universal reference point?
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My initial answer was simplistic. We have to consider the Wave/Particle duality of light. When thinking about light as a particle its speed is constant. It only appears to slow down through a medium due to its interaction with the atoms within that medium. Light can be absorbed and re-emitted from atoms in the medium which takes time, but its speed remains constant. Also, light can be refracted within the medium increasing its travel distance. The ratio of the speed of light in a material to the speed of light in vacuum is defined as n, the refractive index. For example, water has a refractive index of 1.33 so light will travel at c/1.33 in water. When it comes to stopping a photon we have to switch to thinking in waves. Waves traveling at different velocities add up to form a group, which is also known as a pulse. We are able to slow down the group velocity of this pulse by using a laser beam to create a region in the material with large dispersion for certain wavelengths centered on the pulse wavelength, causing the pulse of light to travel slower.
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Your facial expressions make that eagle look sassy as fuck.
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+MadeYewLook You don't know how big I'm smiling because you responded:D huge fan. I had to stop fangirling and go look for that mancard I dropped. 
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That burger is so distracting 
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This will from now on be the official video with which I teach about lobbyist to my students. 
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The thumbnail makes it look like someone pissing in a glass tank filled with popcorn. 
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If the speed of light is relative, always constant to the beholder, then what do they mean by "you can't travel faster than the speed of light"? Whose speed of light? Is there a universal reference point?
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+Leonardo Herrera As I said, it is ANY reference frame.

You will never observe any massive object moving faster than the speed of light. Likewise, no one will observe you travelling faster than the speed of light.

I'm not sure where the confusion here is.
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you should do a video on the recently overturned net neutrality bill. 
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More of these! 
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Pretty much how congress works nowadays 
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Not much to say, I just am, jaja. 
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  • Texas A&M University
    Biomedical Sciences, 2012 - present
  • Temple College
    Bioscience, 2010 - 2012
  • Shoemaker HS
    Bioscience, 2009 - 2012
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