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Originally posted by FrostyMy theory is that when trying to stop an object going the speed of light, the forces of going the speed of light in two opposing directions would be similar to firing to objects the speed of light at each other. In turn this vehicle would simply give way and disintigrate under the force.
Originally posted by FrostyWhat if one section of the body, traveling slightly faster than the other can not cooperate with the rest of the body? In a sense, your frontal lobe (while slowing down) is operating at a slower timeframe than your medula. Your frontal lobe therefore may age by about 15 years ahead of your medula, and once a total (or near) stopage of speed has been obtained, your brain may not be able to "get a long".