On Fri, Jun 02, 2000 at 02:11:11PM +0100, Jonathan Reeves wrote:
> I keep hearing this argument, but as far as I can understand, this rests
> solely upon the fact that an arbitrary decision has been made that nothing
> can move faster than the speed of the light.
See my previous post at 12:45:37 +0100, where I consider the
possibilities of FTL signalling in the velocity space between normal
lightspeed, and instantaneous reception.
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