|miniradman says : ok, I think I have come up with a conclusion here... |
ok I have a stick and the moon.
As I Push the stick, towards the Moon, I compress it. Now rather than me moving this "stick" in one motion, the movement travels in a wave. So I guess I could Push it further than 1m because of this compression but the wave will most likely bounce back and shove the stick in my face .
Does this seem legit?
|Panzerjager says : |
Shouldn't we take the rotation of both Earth and Moon in account and different movement speeds of both objects?
|1Archon1 says : The only valid way to compare Two objects' speed , is to have the same starting point , the same distance to cover , and the same starting time . Unless the physics i have been taught is different . |
NoNe of those are applied in the current arguement so its off right from the hypothesis .
But lets overlook that . Yes your stick would arrive faster on the Moon than the light that has to cover thousands of kilometers . But even like this, the light isnt spontaneous like a "dot" , its constant . So your stick will still be beaten by countless more rays that arrived before.
I dont even know why i am answering this