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Aren't There Light Speed Particles?

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Posted by Crash Override/">Crash Override on December 5, 1999 20:13:38 UTC

I believe I read somewhere that there are hypothetical particles that can go no slower than the speed of light, thought I can't recall its name. It is derived from the Equation E=mc squared, where the m can be positive or negative (In this case it is negative) As the particle's velocity reaches infinity, its mass heads towards zero.

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