Jonathan Hickman

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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Does $\lambda\nu = c$ hold for all the waves in the universe?
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awarded  Editor
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revised Does $\lambda\nu = c$ hold for all the waves in the universe?
Rewording of summary question.
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28
comment Does $\lambda\nu = c$ hold for all the waves in the universe?
Why is it $v_{wave}$ instead of $c$? Is it because the wave has mass or because some attribute of the wave is not accounted for in the equation (such as its density)?
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awarded  Student
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asked Does $\lambda\nu = c$ hold for all the waves in the universe?