Originally posted by Panic2k11
Humm ?!? The effect in the speed is always down (it will not accelerate), no variance up. The randomness of the effect will only make that the average will be constant from any one direction, but the dimension of the effect will not be tiny at huge distances...
Originally posted by Cosmic911
Speed of Light May Not Be Constant, Phycisists Say
Originally posted by Danbones
it bends around the moon which is in a vacuum
and to bend it has to slow down relative to the observer
as it says at the link