Speed of Light is Just Too Damn Slow!

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    You are a total fraud and an IDIOT. You don't know enough to teach 1st grade science to seven years olds with baking soda volcanoes. Waste no more of my time.
     
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    What am I claiming to be that I am fraudulent in?

    PS The FBI thinks differently.
     
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    Put it in down to earth perspective. Shoot a beam of light around the earth at the equator, and it will make 7.5 trips in one second.
     
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    Well the distance is right but how would you get the light to curve?

    You could also fire the light at the moon and it would arrive in 1.28 seconds.....
     
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    Wow. Did too much acid in high school I see....
     
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    You claimed that I am a fraud. Again what claim have I made about myself that is fraudulent?

    It's ok, I know that you are trying to act intellectually.

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