But, there are those in the scientific community that do believe that faster than light travel is possible, and one team may have just accidentally stumbled onto faster than light travel.
The faster you go, the more extreme this phenomenon becomes until all visible light from stars in front of the spacecraft and stars to the rear become completely shifted out of the known visible spectrum (the colors humans can see). When these stars move out of your perceptible wavelength, they simply appear to fade to black or vanish against the background.
I would think one ride on your Ninja would convince anyone that faster than light is possible. 2 Quote; Share this post. Link to post Share on other sites. Stickers. Charlie 14,649 Charlie 14,649 There's Someone In My Head But It's Not Me; Moderators; 14,649 12,711 posts; Medals. Medals. Medals. Posted May 29. 1 hour ago, Sk1Bum said: I would think one ride on your Ninja would convince anyone.One way to go faster than light is to make the light slower! Light in vacuum travels at a speed. Others things which can go faster than the speed of light include the spot of a laser which is pointed at the surface of the moon. Given that the distance to the moon is 385,000 km try working out the speed of the spot if you wave the laser at a gentle speed. You might also like to think about a.We don’t have a spaceship that can go faster than the speed of light; the fastest speed we can reach using nuclear power is 4.5 percent of lightspeed. Let’s just say you’re going to need a.
Superman can go 15.75 times the speed of light, which is over 10 billion (the speed of light is 670 million mph) mph and Flash beat him pretty bad in a race so way over 10 billion mph. Answer: Way faster than the speed of light!Read More
All of the possible reactions would happen at once. So, carrier particles have to take time to go places, so causality is a thing. The speed at which causality happens, the speed at which those things can go is the speed of light. There are actually hypothetical particles that go faster than light, called tachyons. They're very weird. They.Read More
Faster Than Light Travel. Any in-depth discussion of Special Relativity (SR) frequently raises the question: “Is it possible to travel faster than the speed of light?” To this question SR always responds with an emphatic “NO”. SR is largely built on the premise that light is the universal speed limit, and throws up many roadblocks that.Read More
A black hole is a construct in General Relativity. In GR light follows geodesics with velocity c, these geodesics are very distorted close to the black hole:. The five geodesics drawn on the embedding surface of space-time outside the black hole represent the possible trajectories of a free-falling body passing at different distances from the black hole.Read More
The way you can go possibly faster than the speed of light is by manipulating gravity. Why and how would Gravity manipulation let you go faster than light? To answer this question you must look at what gravity does to light and the best example to represent this is a Black hole, To put it as simply as possible, a Black hole is a gravity well that sucks up everything in its path and around it.Read More
Just because something can go faster than light does not mean you have causation backwards in time. These are just not the same things, as I explained in my video. You can easily prevent any kinds of paradoxa by noticing the existence of an arrow of time. (I am certainly not claiming this is a new insight. It is however a badly communicated one.) Delete. Replies. Reply. Sergei 10:18 PM, May 22.Read More
The speed of light in a vacuum is 186,282 miles per second (299,792 kilometers per second), and in theory nothing can travel faster than light. In miles per hour, light speed is, well, a lot.Read More
The technology, if it ever exists, could also be used for going slower than light, but much faster than we can go now, which might be more practical. Space travel is just one of the possible applications of reaching or exceeding the speed of light. Some scientists are working on doing the same for the purposes of much faster data transfer. Read.Read More
For a particle which is created travelling slower than the speed of light, the speed of light is the fastest possible speed. The reason is that, in order to accelerate an object, you need to use energy. The more massive (or “heavier”) an object is, then the more energy it takes to accelerate it. You understand this well, as it is easier to throw a ball at 50 kilometers per hour than it is.Read More
Although Einstein's theories suggest nothing can move faster than the speed of light, two scientists have extended his equations to show what would happen if faster-than-light travel were possible.Read More