Thinking without language?

Lee Sau Dan ~{ at nJX6X~} sdlee at faith.csis.hku.hk
Wed Nov 24 20:00:28 EST 1999


>>>>> "Jure" == Jure Sah <jure.sah at guest.arnes.si> writes:

    Jure> Example: By the theory of the "red move" (i don't know if
    Jure> it's the right word) things coming towards us will be
    Jure> shifted to blue and things going away from us will shift
    Jure> red.  If you are looking at a train that is going to pass by
    Jure> you, you don't see it red shifted, but it is.

That's  the red-shift and  blue-shift (don't  forget the  "t"!).  More
technically, it is called the Doppler Effect.


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