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Re: More Than One Universe, One Question, What Travels Faster Than The Speed Of Light?

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Posted by Steve/">Steve on January 21, 1998 13:05:55 UTC

according to Einstein's Theory of Relativity, nothing. Nothing could travel faster than the speed of light. It takes an infinate amount of energy to travel the speed of light (Einstein's E=mc^2), therefor to travel faster than the speed of light, you would need more than an infinate amount of energy which, obviously, is impossible. But that is only a theory, just like everything else.

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