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  1. If the weakest gravitational wave could rise the fluctuation of the LIGO interference fringe of light, how should we neglect the gravity’s influences on light? We raise the possibility that the light is affected by the gravity. In this way, the Morley Experiment would not find the movement of interference fringe either in the air or in the vacuum environment.
  2. DID YOU KNOW that speed of light is not always the fastest? Here is how: http://youtu.be/XeBCDz121Nk
  3. The universe is expanding faster than the speed of light. Galaxies at the edges of the observable universe are receding / going away from us ~3.3 times faster than the speed of light in vacuum [c].
  4. I just wanted to share this idea with other people who may be interested: I watched a PBS Space Time episode about the speed of light more accurately described as the speed of causality. And I Submit! That "time" is simply a interaction between atoms. And though an interaction can be reversed, it can never be undone (it has already happened) Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.
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