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February 21, 2009

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Rick

I am enthralled with the fanfare-style music which accompanies the mention of the constant speed of light.

Be it Fleischer or some cohort who chose it, the lovely alignment of the presentation of the speed of light with the music is delightful.

Thanks, John!

John Ptak

I guess that's what they thought the speed of light sounded like. To me it sounds like 5-yr-old Tessie making rocket sounds.

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