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What happens to body chemistry at the speed of light? [duplicate]
Assume that I'm traveling at the speed of light in one direction. My brain is also traveling at the speed of light in that direction. Presumably there is at least one receptor site in my brain that is ...
Nov 10 '11 at 17:07
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