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Faster than light? #433
Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:40 PM
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Hi, this is just my own theory, but since our will is faster than light, can you create something similar to dark matter in empty space by energy explosions to move us faster and faster, and then faster than light? Because I don`t believe in dark matter or dark energy, but I believe we can create it ourself in empty space, that way the aircraft that we use would also get lighter and lighter as it speeds up, you just need a little of dark matter or dark energy around the aircraft by small explosions of surplus energy,

what do you think, it`s a simple theory, you just fill the empty space around the aircraft with dark energy which explodes in on itself?

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Re: Faster than light? [Re: frankie85] #439
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you would first have to create a craft out of matter that violates a well known law of physics, where weight is relative to velocity. which is why a high power marshmallow gun can leave a bruise but a marshmallow going anywhere close to the speed of light would reach critical mass and wipe a country off the map.

but once you get past that loophole in physics, I believe you could reach the speed of light. another fundamental law is nothing can pass the light barrier with any technology, or even theory to date. either it's slower than light, light itself, or faster than light (tachyons).

it's generally understood that tachyons cannot observe things slower than light, just like there's no way we can observe them.

I think the theory needs some work but I like where this is going! We'll have to see if anyone smarter than us show up. any particle physicists in the house?

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Re: Faster than light? [Re: Charleh] #440
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Yes, but I believe that if you use enough energy you can make something become even lighter and lighter

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Re: Faster than light [Re: frankie85] #444
Wed Mar 14, 2018 5:32 PM
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Well you could always use an Alcubierre drive, that is assuming that you figure out a way to make that work.

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