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Re: We Can Go Beyond The Light Speed

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Posted by Dominic Lucca/">Dominic Lucca on April 12, 1998 21:11:16 UTC

Einstein also said if one reached or surpassed light speed it, the object, would vanish or not necessarrily cease to exist but be beyond ones scope of detection. Basically what I think he is saying is that our basic make-up is within the realm of light speed. In other words, we are constructed of atoms and these atoms have protons and nuetrons. These satellites and the atoms themselves do not exceed light speed. We would then have to assume that the boundries of our reality at, least at present, is defined by speed and to go beyond we would enter a different reality so to speak. A dimension possibly. Which would explain einsteins assumption that the object would dissappear for our instruments that we use to measure or define characteristics of objects is within in the boundry of light speed. For our instruments are made up of atoms also. We would basically have to leave our reality as we know it to explore lightspeed. Thank you and "God"speed to all.

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