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Re: Can We Travel Faster Than Light?

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Posted by Karen Phillips/">Karen Phillips on March 25, 1999 06:57:29 UTC

Hey, I get happy with the "enter" key. Aint nobody perfect, or something like that. Anyway, my take on the matter is: light travels at the speed of light, and light is neither infinately massive not infinately short in the direction of travel ( I can't spel, either ). So therefore, because light is nearly massless instead of massive as it travels at the speed of light, Einstein did not think of everything! I believe it is possible to travel faster than light. One day, we will discover how.

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