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Re: We Can Go Beyond The Light Speed

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Posted by ROBERT BARBROW/">ROBERT BARBROW on June 10, 1998 21:50:31 UTC

the only problem with that is the faster you push something along the more masive it becomes ( that proven) and the more mass somthing has the more energy it take to push it and by the time you almost get to light speed the mass becomes infenet and you cant push it becuase you would need a hole hell of a lot of energy thats why tings with verrrrrrry little mass or no mass at all like light can go light speed

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