What OS are you? fun
rob at pythonemproject.com
Tue Nov 16 13:16:57 PST 2004
Karel J. Bosschaart wrote:
>On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 07:39:13AM -0700, Dan MacMillan wrote:
>>>From: Andrew Sinclair
>>>Sent: November 16, 2004 15:32
>>>To: freebsd-chat at freebsd.org
>>>Subject: Re: What OS are you? fun
>>>By the way, speed of light in the other thread is way off. The "accepted
>>>constant" is bogus. The average speed is actually closer to 2.4 million
>>>kilometers per second.
>>You'd better cite your source and / or reasoning, as ~3*10^8m/s =is= the
>>accepted constant speed of light in vacuum.
>Yes indeed. Also, the word 'average' makes the statement pretty
>meaningless without specifying how the averaging is done (different
>materials I think?).
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OK, I'll bite on this. Check www.nist.gov. They occasionally update
the fundamental physical constants, but we are talking about incredibly
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