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We Can Not Go Faster Than Light.

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Posted by Alexander on April 11, 2001 17:35:32 UTC

Relativity prohibits any matter to go faster than light.

Non-matter can. Our imagination, our shadow, ray of light (but not light itself), space, phase of probablity (called psi function in quantum mechanics), etc - all these non-material objects can and do travel faster than light.

But not matter.

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