Mike Cowar. (mikec@jax.gulfnet.com)
Mon, 27 Jan 1997 18:34:39 -0500

Keep in mind this is speculative.
I do not claim to be an expert.
Gravity curves light.
In order for light to be curved,
it must be affected by friction.
If light is affected by friction, then by curving,
it would lose some of it's velocity.
If light lost some of it's velocity and remained light,
it would prove that some light travels faster than other light.
I would guess ultra-violet is FTL.
Educate me.