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Answer to Question #68534 in Mechanics | Relativity for abhi

Question #68534
If i was travelling towards a light pulse in opposite direction to its velocity wouldnt length contraction and time dilation make its velocity even bigger than c, for my length measuring rods will become shorter so i will measure more distance travelled by the light and my clocks will run slower so more time for light to travel ? I get it when the distance between the pulse and observer is increasing but not the other way.
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