# Physics.Philosophy.Love: An Entanglement of Time & Love.

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One-hour lecture and three hours’ laboratory. This is possible due to 2 reasons: When the medium moves in a direction opposite to the direction of propagation of wave it is possible. This is the Galilean velocity transformation law, and it is based in everyday experience t t’ unprimed coord sys moving at speed −U world line of object moving at speed v’ = v − U x, x’ world line of object moving at speed v x, x’ Figure 4.2: The left panel shows the world line in the unprimed reference frame, while the right panel shows it in the primed frame, which moves to the right at speed U relative to the unprimed frame. (The “prime” is just a label that allows us to distinguish the axes corresponding to the two reference frames.) — i. e., if you are traveling 30 m s−1 down the freeway and another car passes you doing 40 m s−1, then the other car moves past you at 10 m s−1 relative to your car.

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