This is relativistically impossible. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Adjective : radiation from relativistic electrons. From Dictionary.com.
You have to have morals to use them relativistically. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress » Bush Official Dan Bartlett Admits Authorizing Offshore Oil Drilling Will Be Unlikely To Win Over Any GOP Votes] Reference
Actually his world line, as measured relativistically, is the shorter. From Wordnik.com. [RELATIVITY] Reference
QFT is relativistically invariant in a way which is not possible in QM. From Wordnik.com. [Quantum Field Theory] Reference
Few went outside anymore, to gaze upon the relativistically Dopplered rainbow unaided. From Wordnik.com. [Across The Sea Of Suns]
Hamiltonian theory did not look relativistically invariant, although, of course, it was. From Wordnik.com. [Richard P. Feynman - Nobel Lecture] Reference
If one takes the point to its logical conclusion, it becomes relatively -- or relativistically?. From Wordnik.com. [Severed heads all in a row] Reference
I didn't know that low gravity warped distances--maybe high gravity relativistically, but on a small planet?. From Wordnik.com. [Good Writers Doing Good, But Not Exceptional, Things] Reference
That belief is consistent with the accepted formulation for potentials created by relativistically moving sources. From Wordnik.com. [Chapter 6] Reference
However, the concept of a common time at different space points does not have a relativistically covariant meaning. From Wordnik.com. [Sin-Itiro Tomonaga - Nobel Lecture] Reference
I told him how to make the relativistically invariant modifications that I thought would make everything all right. From Wordnik.com. [Richard P. Feynman - Nobel Lecture] Reference
Doing that involves finding relativistically invariant quantities that serve to classify the irreducible representations. From Wordnik.com. [Quantum Field Theory] Reference
This theoretical problem was examined non-relativistically by Braunbeck-Weinmann10 and Pauli-Fierz11 and relativistically by. From Wordnik.com. [Sin-Itiro Tomonaga - Nobel Lecture] Reference
And then, a Planck-length further away, there's a ring of cone moving toward us at the same speed, but its 'light' is relativistically lagged. From Wordnik.com. [Asimov's Science Fiction]
But, it has been known for over 150 years that you can relativistically move forward in time simply by traveling at, or near, the velocity of light. From Wordnik.com. [365 tomorrows » 2006 » September : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day] Reference
Furthermore, the entire formulation of quantum mechanics insisting, as it did, on the wave function at a given time, was hard to analyze relativistically. From Wordnik.com. [Richard P. Feynman - Nobel Lecture] Reference
If, in addition, this method were relativistically invariant, then we would be absolutely sure how to do it without destroying relativistically invariant. From Wordnik.com. [Richard P. Feynman - Nobel Lecture] Reference
F, F², etc., so as to connect existence to relativistically acceptable "primary now-pictures", its interpretation would be either unhelpful or mysterious. From Wordnik.com. [Being and Becoming in Modern Physics] Reference
This is to some extent encouraging and shows that there are no reasons of principle making unviable the project of building a relativistically invariant DRM. From Wordnik.com. [Collapse Theories] Reference
If the state space of an elementary system had relativistically invariant subspaces then it would be appropriate to associate these subspaces with elementary systems. From Wordnik.com. [Quantum Field Theory] Reference
However, for the reasons explained above, this does not entail that there can be no "relativistically invariant distinction between the various states of the system". From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2009-02-01] Reference
For approximately four seconds, the space between the two wormhole openings would relativistically decrease from almost five hundred kilometers to less than five hundred meters. From Wordnik.com. [THE WAR OF THE PROPHETS] Reference
Time may bend and warp most amazingly when relativistically factored into more than 3 spatial dimensions, but only if we don't factor it as a naturally orthogonal modifier to all of them. From Wordnik.com. [A Third Choice (ID Hypothesis)] Reference
It was in 1942 when he first proposed the covariant formulation of the quantum field theory in which the concept of the quantum state was generalized so as to be relativistically covariant. From Wordnik.com. [Sin-Itiro Tomonaga - Biography] Reference
And if it collapses into a black hole, the black hole will still act like a 3 solar mass object, even though at some point inside the event horizon, the particles had to be going relativistically. From Wordnik.com. [Dark Matter: Still Existing] Reference
For what concerns us here the relevant fact is that the authors claim that their theorem implies, as a byproduct, the impossibility of elaborating a relativistically invariant dynamical reduction model. From Wordnik.com. [Collapse Theories] Reference
The striking fact about Sellars 'schema above for ˜a be existent now™ is that it is not relativized to a reference frame, coordinate system or “observer” and so is not meaningful relativistically. From Wordnik.com. [Being and Becoming in Modern Physics] Reference
In other words, it should be possible, I thought, to define a relativistically meaningful probability amplitude which would be manifestly covariant, without being forced to give up the causal way of thinking. From Wordnik.com. [Sin-Itiro Tomonaga - Nobel Lecture] Reference
He calculated relativistically the infinities appearing in the scattering process and determined which of them could be amalgamated into the mass and which remained as infinities proper to the scattering process alone. From Wordnik.com. [Sin-Itiro Tomonaga - Nobel Lecture] Reference
The text gives no hint of Schroeder's relativistically time-extended creation days. From Wordnik.com. [Reasons to Believe -] Reference
It just means that you need to redefine momentum in a relativistically correct way, and rephrase Newton's second law as F = dp/dt rather than F = ma. From Wordnik.com. [Wired Campus] Reference
One large binge meal a day was not an uncommon thing for early nomadic humans, in fact relativistically, such a meal would likely be viewed as an absolute godsend during famine or drought conditions. From Wordnik.com. [Original Signal - Transmitting Digg] Reference
(replace d by f) we could not reinstate the term i = j in the sum because this would now represent in a relativistically invariant fashion a finite action of a charge on itself. From Wordnik.com. [Richard P. Feynman - Nobel Lecture] Reference
(not quite relativistically satisfactory). From Wordnik.com. [Richard P. Feynman - Nobel Lecture] Reference
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