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PoincarrePoincare had a brilliant thought experiment about what if everything in the universe doubled in size  , would anybody notice any difference or even be able to measure anything that can be compared with previous measurements. Similarly what

Similarly what if one morning one the great constants in physics; thatthat is the speed of light suddenly increased to 150% of what it was; would there be observable differences  ?

Thought experiments about c

Poincarre had a brilliant thought experiment about what if everything in the universe doubled in size  , would anybody notice any difference or even be able to measure anything that can be compared with previous measurements. Similarly what if one morning one the great constants in physics; that is the speed of light suddenly increased to 150% of what it was; would there be observable differences  ?

Thought experiments about $c$

Poincare had a brilliant thought experiment about what if everything in the universe doubled in size, would anybody notice any difference or even be able to measure anything that can be compared with previous measurements.

Similarly what if one morning one the great constants in physics; that is the speed of light suddenly increased to 150% of what it was; would there be observable differences?

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Poincarre had a brilliant thought experiment about what if everything in the universe doubled in size , would anybody notice any difference or even be able to measure anything that can be compared with previous measurements. I think that was the thought experiment. Well in a similar vein what Similarly what if one morning one the great constant thatconstants in physics; that is the speed of light suddenly increased to 150% of what it was; would there be observable differences ?

Poincarre had a brilliant thought about what if everything in the universe doubled in size , would anybody notice any difference or even be able to measure anything that can be compared with previous measurements. I think that was the thought experiment. Well in a similar vein what if one morning the great constant that is the speed of light suddenly increased to 150% of what it was; would there be observable differences ?

Poincarre had a brilliant thought experiment about what if everything in the universe doubled in size , would anybody notice any difference or even be able to measure anything that can be compared with previous measurements. Similarly what if one morning one the great constants in physics; that is the speed of light suddenly increased to 150% of what it was; would there be observable differences ?

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Poincarre had a brilliant thought about what if everything in the universe doubled in size , would anybody notice any difference or even be able to measure anything that can be compared with previous measurements. I think that was the thought experiment. Well in a similar vein what if one morning the great constant that is the speed of light sudenlysuddenly increased to 150% of what it was; would there be measurableobservable differences or noticeable effects? ( If as some philosophers try to analyse assuming all universes are possible could one exist like 'ours' where the speed of light is 150% greater?) 

Poincarre had a brilliant thought about what if everything in the universe doubled in size , would anybody notice any difference or even be able to measure anything that can be compared with previous measurements. I think that was the thought experiment. Well in a similar vein what if one morning the great constant that is the speed of light sudenly increased to 150% of what it was; would there be measurable differences or noticeable effects? ( If as some philosophers try to analyse assuming all universes are possible could one exist like 'ours' where the speed of light is 150% greater?)

Poincarre had a brilliant thought about what if everything in the universe doubled in size , would anybody notice any difference or even be able to measure anything that can be compared with previous measurements. I think that was the thought experiment. Well in a similar vein what if one morning the great constant that is the speed of light suddenly increased to 150% of what it was; would there be observable differences ? 

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