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2018-02-09 03:51:40 UTC

Acceleration must remain below mathematical light speed.

Falling near light speed drops any possible new or next

gravity strength acceleration to the freefall. The fall

speed that has already been achieved is used as math to

limit further fall from reaching light speed.

Mitchell Raemsch

Falling near light speed drops any possible new or next

gravity strength acceleration to the freefall. The fall

speed that has already been achieved is used as math to

limit further fall from reaching light speed.

Mitchell Raemsch