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Posted by Rodolfo on December 26, 2001 06:01:02 UTC

What I meant was:

Well, it is obvious that due to G force, only massless objects can travel at the speed of light. However, the sense of the question was focused on if there is any posibility for objects with mass to travel at the speed of light by converting the mass into energy, and then energy into mass again which is possible according to Einstein equation. Since energy and mass can be equaled.

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