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    If I run round in a circle of radius 1 metre at a speed of 05.m/s and accelerate at a rate of 0.5m/s/s, when will I collide with myself?
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    If you go near-infinitely fast such that your body deforms and expands and thus makes your front collide with your back.
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    as roughly as long as it took you to make a second thread.

    Just be patient.
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    (Original post by john.miguel)
    If you go near-infinitely fast such that your body deforms and expands and thus makes your front collide with your back.
    I always laboured under the assumption that it was a Lorentz contraction
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    You should try running around in a circle for yourself and see if you ever do collide with yourself. Let us know your findings.
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    (Original post by The Muon)
    as roughly as long as it took you to make a second thread.

    Just be patient.
    I like your name. ;]
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    I like your name. ;]
 
 
 
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