"When I walk away while looking at you, I'm seeing you as just a bit younger than I think you are. The smallest tiniest fraction of a difference, but enough to make you almost look flattering." - Maalikel, proofs of relativity
F, or when specifically referring to light, f, is the symbol used for the mathematical constant of the upper boundary of the momentum possible for any particle of no mass in a vacuum. While this is commonly light, F can also be other waves, such as gravity, and quantum wave functions which appear entangled, but only irreversibly. Correlations, while potentially related causally, are not inherently actionable.
F is equivalent to 299,792,458 m/s ~ (2.998×108 m/s).
in planck length or ℓP, it travels one such length in 1.7081 x 10-51 seconds, or alternatively, As one approaches this velocity (or 'rapidity'),
ft2 - x2 = (f𝜏)2
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