How It Works

Could we travel faster than the speed of light?

Unfortunately no. One of the things which Einstein realised from his theories of relativity is that as any particle of mass increases in speed it also increases in mass. By the time the mass has finally reached the speed of light it would have infinite mass which would mean to get it to that stage would have required an infinite amount of energy and I don’t know about you but there are a definite shortage of infinite energy sources in this universe!

  • Michael

    They used to say the same about the speed of sound, hmm thay said it about flight it’s self at one point.
    They also said the earth was flat.
    So what makes you think Einstein theories of relativity, is right?
    As there has been others in the past, & there will be others in the future.

  • Queiss

    Einstein’s theories are all based on earth’s gravity where one can calculate mass…
    How do you weigh 1 kg in outer space?

  • Light does not travel… Light is a chemical reaction process and a bi-product of Universal Respiration…

    Many of the problems associated with determining how the universe was created relates to the measurement of light, which is used to measure our distance from other star systems. Current theory regarding the motion of light, supports the speed of light at 186,000 mps. This is highly theoretical! I would like to propose to you that light doesn’t move at all like contemporary science tells us. Light as opposed to particles (photons) moving through space, is a chain reaction associated with the motion of electrons and moves at the speed of frequency, which is almost instantaneous! Light is a chemical reaction which would occur at a slightly slower speed but nevertheless, almost instantaneous. In other words, the light which is used to measure whether a star is moving away from a center, is inaccurate as we are seeing this light in almost “real time”!

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