Time travel

Time travel

 
Is speed faster than light speed possible?
 
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Time travel discussion
 
jacalbes
Speed faster than light could be achieved if one can counter act /control the gravity field of a planet like earth. The use thermonuclear force generated thru the use
of diuterium cells bombarded by intemittent laser beams
may achieve this phenomenon. Enclose the diuterium cells in
spherecal glass about an inch in diameter enclosed in a bigger spherecal glass with water inside this larger glass
keeping the smaller glass centered. Laser beam in quarters
of the compass firing intermittenly till the cell inside starts to glow. Gravity field should be measured as the cell
has reached thermonuclear reaction(stars)
           
 
jbarnes1
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But where would I sit...
           
 
XAVIER143
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No
           
 
jacalbes
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You would be sitting inside the vehicle that travels at the speed of light or more. The vehicle should be able to counteract this velocity inside the vehicle by creating an invironment same as the planet's gravity while traveling seven times the speed of light.
           
 
Samuel034
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I think it is possible. We think we know so much but in reality we know very little.
           
 
Lietez
replied to: Samuel034
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The true question here is not whether its possible...but rather if our fragile human bodies would be able to withstand such a velocity.

As of right now, Faster than Light (FTL) speed is impossible and only theoretically achieved. But my point still stands. Travelling FTL would no doubt cause damage to (or completely destroy) the human body.