Monday, June 30, 2008

not so distant future

what if humans can travel faster than light or in a more average way of looking, as fast as the speed of light considering when the actual speed of light in a vacuum is exactly equal to 299,792,458 metres per second (approximately 186,282.4 miles per second)? it would be like bending time space or literally stopping the time at that given moment. then time travel can be reconsidered?

to be faster than light is adding 1m/s to c (speed of light) that incises energy as it moves. but since light has no mass and requires energy, it definitely needs infinite amount of force. so how can we really move or travel faster than light?

this one would be like cheating: slowing down the speed of light (Cherenkov Effect). it is still one of those genuine possibilities that solid objects can travel faster than light. as possible as it is, we are in perennial verge of discovering that we can move faster than light as incessantly as improving of traveling faster than the speed of sound of 343 m/s (1235 km/h, or 770 mph, or 1129 ft/s) in dry air.

it has to be repeatable and measurable as the science dictates in utmost feasible way of disproving theories. nevertheless, proving theories can only mean of blowing holes to predicted theories.

enough said. Einstein is still right and it's evident to Zeus' thunderstorms.

1 comment:

collapsingbarrycade said...

on second thought, i dont want to travel faster than light. this, to me, would mean missing the whole point of a journey. you get my drift. :)