How can I travel at the speed of light without being crushed to an icy bloody cloud of space spew by gravity and inertia ?
- 8 months agoFavourite answer
Dissolve yourself down to atoms, then jump on a light beam and ride it to another time. Then all you have to do is reassemble yourself. Pshht. Surprised you didn’t know that.
- JimLv 78 months ago
Speed of light is not the issue. You just have to adjust your frame of reference (Einstein).
I can go .6c, you can go .6c, no problem
If we are going towards each other, that's 1.2c, faster than light!!!
But Einstein already gave us those formulas. It just "appears" we are going less than the sped of light.Source(s): Nuclear physicist
- 8 months ago
speed is not going to hurt you... it's the sudden stop at the end..
- Jeffrey KLv 68 months ago
It is not speed that crushes you. It is acceleration.
No, nothing can go at the speed of light.
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- TomLv 78 months ago
Take a "Physics Shortcut"----The Position of a particle in a 3D space is an illusion of how our senses perceive wave attributes of particles that all exist in a "higher reality" where no space, as separation between particles, exists. Called HUT (Holographic Universe Theory) Physics. That is rapidly gaining a "high powered" following. First theorized by David Bohm, Einstein's protégé, to explain Quantum entanglement effects. The two "linked particles" may be light years away from each other in our lower 3D reality, but in physical contact at the higher reality level.
If we could find a way to RESET the wave attributes of the particles of the passenger and ship that control position in 3D space to match that of another part of space light years away, we could INSTANTLY "ZAP" or "space jump" to the new location-----MUCH FASTER than light.
- HunterLv 68 months ago
There's a theory by three physicists-- Haisch, Bernhard, and Putnam (I think) that says that inertia is essentially electromagnetic in origin and therefore it ca be cancelled out if you go about it the right way. Look up the Hutchison effect for pointers.
- goringLv 68 months ago
when an hydrogen atom is frozen to near 0 degree kelvin,the electron loses mass to a point where its volume has decreased and its orbital speed has nearly approached the speed of light. It cannot exceed the speed of light ,thus it cannot lose any more mass.
- Andrew SmithLv 78 months ago
Follow these simple steps.
1. Lie down and pull the blankets up.
2. close your eyes and let sleep overtake your thinking and conscious brain.
3. Wait until you reach a dream state then you can fly. You can do anything. You can travel faster than light itself.
Just note that at some stage you wake up so you can only maintain this speed for a finite period of time.
- oubaasLv 78 months ago
Stay steady state and you'll avoid any sort of problems ^_-
- WLv 48 months ago
You can't. Light is particles or waves, depending on the way its behavior is measured.