Is the speed of light still a theoretical speed limit?

Posted by Steven Bryant On February - 7 - 2009

 No. The speed of light limitation is based on the misunderstanding of the denominator in Einstein’s equations. In my model, the equations are associated with wave oscillations and not as fixed-point conversions. This simple contextual change means that once an Incomplete Coordinate System is traveling at or faster than the speed of the wave, oscillations will not occur. The key point, however, is that you can go faster.

Recognized, however, that there are still many practical and engineering challenges at traveling extremely fast. It might be possible that before we are able have a person travel faster than the speed of light, we may be able to use Quantum Waves (or some other type of medium) to communicate faster than the speed of light.

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