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On 12 Jun 2002 at 16:17, telenaut wrote:

> matthew h. kulas wrote:
>
> > Related to Mark C.'s response: It *is* the Doppler Effect, not like
> > the Doppler Effect, as the Doppler Effect relates to all waves, not
> > just sound.
>
> Beg to differ, mon ami. it is a second-order Doppler effect, subtler
> than the "approaching train" example. The complicating factor is that
> the speed of light (in a vacuum), unlike sound, is always constant, to
> all observers.
>
> --telejustknowenoughaboutthisstufftogetitallconfused
>
> Denis?
>

Man oh man.. phase 12 snow withdrawal already?  Go
sailing, guys!  It's almost as good!

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