If you are driving at the speed of light and you turn your headlights on, what happens?
Nothing...since you are driving at the speed of light...all you see is darkness.
You leave your headlights behind, and a cave man is left wondering where the light is coming from.... Oh wait, no. Abraham Lincoln gets to see your care drive by. Oh, no, wait a minute... The great, great, grandchildren of that man who lives in the brown house on Fields Street calls the police to report someone speeding by without any headlights. You know, the real question here is whether light from stars and light from headlights travel at the same rate. Another question is how did the light from the stars get into headlights in the first place?
by ahmed.b5 years ago
If you're in a car which is on the speed of light, what happens when you turn on the headlights?
by Josh Makaveli3 years ago
What do you find worst or irritating on the road while driving?for me the most worst and irritating thing is the HID headlight and stuck behind a slow moving car
by Mishael Austin Witty2 years ago
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by cjcarter7 years ago
What happens if you're traveling at the speed of light and you turn a flashlight on...?
by cloudrider22 months ago
Why do people take forever to take off when the light turns green while driving? Its a pet peeve and annoying... Slow reaction? Or, are they waiting for the red light runner?
by jomine5 years ago
Suppose a light ray travelling near a black hole, which has so much gravity that the escape velocity is twice the speed of light, got caught in its gravitational field. Will the light travel at the speed of light...
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