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    Suppose the speed of light were infinite, what would happen to the Special Theory of Relativity (length contraction, time dilation and Lorentz transforms)?

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    The short answer is that the special theory of relativity will cease to exist and we will regain the standard Newtonian mechanics with the known Gallilean ...

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    The response demonstrates how we revert back to Gallilean mechanics as speed of light becomes infinite.