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Re: CAN ANYTHING GO FASTER AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT?

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Posted by Josh Hines/">Josh Hines on June 6, 1998 00:35:01 UTC

: I JUST WANT TO KNOW IF ANYTHING CAN GO FASTER THAN THE SPEED OF LIGHT? : ANYTHING AT ALL????PLEASE ANSWER MY QUESTION

:according to our current understanding of physics, an object with mass cannot travel at the speed of light because as its mass dilated infinitely, it would gain an infinite gravitational attraction for all objects in existence, and this would be armageddon.

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