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Re: Absolute Speed Of Light

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Posted by Schnee/">Schnee on June 24, 1998 07:57:39 UTC

: I'd like to hear more on exactly how you : would use the Black Hole to go faster than : light. : -Adam

Well, by basically dramatically bending space-time. I have kinda explained it a bit in my other message of a few days ago......a bit lower on the page. By bending space-time you can "trick" the universe into thinking your not actually going faster than the speed of light, when in fact you actually are. It's kinda like a jet engine, only instead of gas and air being burned and shot out the back, space-time is focused and shot out the back.

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