MPH is miles per hour.Expounding on what you wrote perhaps I can help you.
Thank you. Maybe I need a forum for the less than brilliant. Never dish yourself that is a fatal mistake you will end up second guess yourself.
I was seeking an answer that I could translate into MPH. In school I learned how to invert a vector, which was no help to me here.
This is how I learn look up the word vector and define it and see it in your mind before you tackle complex science papers. Define any word you do not know or even if you think you know what it means.
Rereading about vectors equally useless. Next, I will try reading about the inverse of light speed. Already lost.
The inverse of light speed is simply half the speed of light, speed of light is about 186,000 mps then half (inverse) would be 143,000. This speed has to do with light waves.
Stronger gravity doesn't make faster gravity (does it?).
Gravity is like looking at the waves in the ocean. Sometimes the peak of the wave are far apart other times they are closer. When they are closer than they are in layman’s terms faster. When they are further apart the gravitational field is weaker.
Or a more powerful beam of light makes light faster.
Light speed is a constant speed.
Anyway, as P.G. Wodehouse wrote, I will, "keep on keeping on".
And as I would say failure is not an option. Learn to take the words you define and put them into images you can remember. This will help you to learn faster. When read articles only look for the answer you are seeking forget the rest.
What is MPH? How is it calculated. What is a Vector? What does it mean and how is it used? Keep things simple and you will amaze yourself overtime.
Hope this helps you in your quest.
Miles per hour. Or mps, miles per second. I have read that light and gravity have same speed and wonder about magnetism.You never posed a question.
Hartmann 352, just wanted to add that your comment reminded me that a lightening bolt does not move at the speed of light but the light it creates does. What fun!Cool. So magnetic fields, gravity, and light move at the same speed. Are there other things that move at the speed of light? Do any ever slow down or speed up? Intensity seems not to effect their speed. Gotta think about this. Thank you for your comment; I will read it several times.
I wonder how close to the speed of light. If you see where you read this please post it. It makes me wonder what other things move at that kind of speed. Anyone?I read somewhere that magnets attract at almost the speed of light.