|Do you claim that light does not go slower in water? >>
It appears as if <CALYK@aol.com> wrote:
|Well, yes shine a light through water and it takes longer to get to its
|destination than in a vacuum, but what I was implying, is that since its going
|through molecules, its path is diverted, Im not sure exactly how, but this is
|what I've understood. It goes the same speed it always goes, its just the
|medium changes its course, thus making its destination longer than if there
|wasnt a medium.
Explain Cherenkov radiation with your model.