This would be true if what you paid for was a specified amount of time on a train.
But what paid for is to get to your destination in a specified amount of time.
What if you move forward to the back of the train
Nothing can accelerate faster than the speed of light in a vacuum. The train in a vacuum is an inertial reference frame which is the same as all other reference frames. As such, walking in the train feels the same as any other train on earth. You are faster than the train relative to the train and only the train. However, you cannot be faster than the speed of light, so what occurs is time dilates and the length of the train contracts to outside observers to account for the difference of speed inside the train. Very simplified and probably inaccurate at some parts, but this is the gist of it
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This is very straight
I would, but have long been desolate and fallen off.
That's based on the haver's perspective! Maybe they want to outlive all of their friends and family
Wide receivers, linebackers and tight ends.
2 of those are due to human failure. For example, person driving the car, person failing to properly shovel sidewalk.
I don't think anyone's died from any WW2 ordinance for at least a few decades. A bomb squad was defusing a bomb from that time a few years ago and they had a 50/50 shot at defusing it; and it blew up but I think only one person was hurt for whatever reason.
Suction and inertia aren't related to gravity I'm pretty sure correct me if I'm wrong??
I've learned to use most things right-handed by this point I hate buying more expensive versions of the same product
So an oven?
people are just too sensitive nowadays