Does light get faster when it moves?
In a vacuum, light travels at a constat speed. It won't get faster or slower over time.
In other substances (e.g., in water) light moves at a speed determined by the characteristics of the substance. Here, it won't get slower or faster with time, either.
The eye moves at the same speed the human moves. The eye also receives information atthe speed of light. What you "see" is what your eye receives as information transmitted in the form of "visible light" deciphered by your brain into an image. So no, your eye does not move nor "sees" faster than the speed of light
Do you mean 'than' instead of 'that' ? Well if you do, I think the answer is LIGHT. Light travels in straight lines and as far as I'm concerned it moves faster than anything. I know this is a very short question, but the answer is simple. If you ask 'why' you can just search light and you will be able to find out why.
Fasten your seat belt . . . -- If the particle has any mass when it's not moving, then that mass becomes greater the faster the particle moves. -- If the particle could be pushed to the speed of light, its mass would be infinite at that speed. -- But in order to make the particle move faster, you have to add energy to it. The more mass it has, the more energy you have…
There's no proof that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, but according to Einstein's theory of relativity as an object moves more quickly it also gains mass. Accordingly accelerating an object up to the speed of light would require infinite energy because it gets harder and harder to push the faster it goes.
Scientific claims were made recently that a quantum particle had been accelerated faster than light in a process known as "tunneling", but the experiment has not been further researched to the point of confirming that this is what happened. Anything that travels faster than light is, of course, not visible at its exact location, so measuring its speed would be a complex operation.
Well light can be seporated through glass but all light moves at the same pace it wont make a difference. Like the sun its rays move the same. Actually you're wrong. light travels fastest in a vacuum So light travels faster in air than in glass. The speed of light in vacuum is nearly 300,000 km per second, which is incredible but that is true.
Back up, slow down, and let's start over: Mass increases when it moves at ANY speed, and the faster it moves, the more the mass increases. The closer it gets to the speed of light, the closer to infinite the mass becomes. Yes it sounds weird and fantastic, but it's been verified in thousands of experiments over the past hundred years or so. So don't even think about moving anything faster than light, because in…