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Re: We Can Go Beyond The Light Speed Note: Some Black Holes Turning Faster Than Light Speed

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Posted by erick/">erick on May 18, 1998 16:16:58 UTC

: : If you have a question ask me : speed is measured while traveling : through space at an unknown speed. : it is all relative. : gravity plays a big role : traveling faster than the speed of : light is possible. it doesnt even : have to be linear. traveling ahead : of our time is very possible but : we need antigravity

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