Sunday, 20 November 2016

king of the mountains

An interesting email in my box today:
What is the speed of gravity?

The speed of light is 299,792,458 km/sec.
(commonly referred to as 300,000,000 km/sec.) ,
so where do we go from there?

Can anything, perhaps gravity, travel faster than light?


  1. Can there be such a thing as 'The Speed of Gravity'?

    1. According to Bishop Nicholas Sykes BSc, Dip Ed, MTS in his YouTube video titled What is the Speed of Gravity - Space News the answer is yes, and it must be almost instantaneous between Sun and the planets. So much faster than light. The video lasts, just over 8 minutes, about the same length of time as it takes light to reach us from the Sun. Worth a look. When he talks about the EU, he doesn't mean the political EU, he means the Electric Universe.

  2. Are you trying to make my brain hurt?