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Re: Faster Than Light Travel

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Posted by RD/">RD on August 26, 1999 11:56:15 UTC

: : : Moving faster than light is easy if you remember that the : : : speed of light is only constant in relation to the space it : : : travels in. (think bubbles)

: : ::::::::: : : How about a demonstration of how easy it is.

: If gravity waves can travel faster than light why cant we ( one day )

Most of the universe is traveling away from us at speeds greater than the speed of light. We just see very little of the universe.

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