What happens when the speed of a moving body is doubled? When the speed of a moving body is doubled, we move twice as fast, for example. This is a problem, because the time it takes to move from A to B is doubled, so we move twice as fast. This also happens in the space-time continuum, where things that happen in the past are multiplied by a factor of two, for example.
So we see this as a problem. That’s why we have this speed-of-a-moving-body-doubled-by-a-factor-of-two problem. We have to think of a way to account for this, but it’s one of those things that’s difficult to see and even more difficult to quantify.
The concept of speed-of-a-moving-body-doubled-by-a-factor-of-two comes from the physicist Carl Friedrich Gauss in 1803. He divided the speed of the earth’s rotation into two parts, which he called the rate of rotation and the time that it takes for the earth to rotate. This, he thought, was the reason why the earth rotated so quickly.
The concept is pretty powerful when you think about it. Think about a car that, every time it goes around its circular path, it doubles the speed of the car. The cars speed doubles by a factor of two every time it goes around. Now, this is not like a plane or jet engine, which increases the velocity of the plane or jet engine by a factor of two.
The concept goes even further. Think about a ball you are throwing at someone. If you throw it fast enough, it will fly fast enough that it will be thrown faster than it is moving. This is because the speed of the object is doubled.
The same principle applies here. Our moving bodies increase their speeds by a factor of two every time they go around the circle. This is one of the reasons why a person’s velocity is so important in combat. Because your velocity increases by a factor of two every time you pass through a circle, you can move faster than your opponent and strike him, even if he’s moving much slower than you.
If you think about it, this is exactly where the speed of your opponent is. If he is moving really fast and you are moving really slow, you are both moving exactly the same speed. So if you want your opponent to be faster, you need to increase your velocity by a factor of two.
This is like the speed of a moving body being doubled. Now imagine yourself moving through a circle at a constant speed. If you are moving at a constant velocity, your opponent is also moving at a constant velocity. In both cases, your velocity is doubled.
So you can go from a constant speed to a constant velocity? You can also go from a constant velocity to a constant speed? If you are moving faster, you have just gone from a constant velocity to a constant speed.
Speed is one of those things that seems like it changes in half an instant. So fast that it can feel as if you are moving at twice the speed of light.