Lightmeow Posted December 11, 2014 Share Posted December 11, 2014 So lets say you have two objects... They are traveling away from each other at, say 90% the speed of light. Wouldn't that mean that they, from the frame of veiw of each object, traveling away from each other at 180% of the speed of light? This breaks the rule that says that you can't travel faster than the speed of light. So how does this work? Thanks in Advance Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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