By Helen Otway
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For the person on the train, everything seemed normal. One bounce was equal to the distance between the mirrors. But for the person beside the track, the path between bounces was longer. Since the speed of light is the same for both observers—remember, it’s constant—more time would go by in a single bounce for the person standing beside the track. . when viewed by the person beside the track, of course. Does that sound strange? Try this: Time Dilation, Part II The light leaves the top mirror, but by the time Think back to the Moving Through Space it reaches the bottom, the bottom mirror (on thought experiment.
Place a paper plate upside quency. 8 inches—or about 4¾ on a ruler. form of light, microwaves have a wavelength. indd 30 8/1/12 9:47 PM In the same way, if a person inside a very fast train shined a flashlight toward the front of the train, the light would move away from the flashlight at 186,000 miles per second. But if the train (with the flashlight) was moving at, say, 50,000 miles per second, wouldn’t somebody alongside the track see the light moving forward at 236,000 miles per second—186,000 + 50,000?
You Try to ignore the shakes and bumps you feel, and try to forget what you already know— that you’re in a car traveling down a highway. Focus only on the nearby vehicles you can see out the windows. Describe the motion of each vehicle you see, and again, describe the motion relative to you. Ask yourself these questions: don’t want to be able to see tall buildings, ✧✧ Based on what you see, if a nearby car bridges, trees, or streetlights out the car moves from the front of your car to the window.
1001 Unbelievable Facts: Mind Boggling Impossible Weird by Helen Otway