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SCIENTISTS may have to sharpen their pencils and re-do a lot of math: It seems the speed of light may not be constant after all.
In a finding that can potentially affect everything from the age of the universe to calculating the orbit of satellites, two new studies suggest the speed of a photon in a vacuum may fluctuate by as much as 50 quintillionths of a second per square meter.
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