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Nothing Can Travel Faster Than Light?!!? How So?

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 23, 2000 05:04:24 UTC

Who said that nothing can travel faster than light? Only that some of us are only aware of the temporal fact that light is at this time the fastest to travel through free space! I will be addressing phenomena(s) that travel faster than the speed of light soon too. Please bare with me. I work two jobs at this time and I have moved my office so I have had less time to communicate with you, my friends and Brother(s)/Sister(s).

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