posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 12:21 AM
should anyone ever acheive the feat of light speed travel, in my laymans thinking, you would be exceeding the speed of most known particles. thus at
the speed you would either (a) completely breeze right through anything there like a ghost... or (b) begin to see the next "dimension", after all
i'd imagine ther eis a whole group of atoms that we dont even get to observe here in our universe because they move faster than light and ehose
existence lies just on the ohter side of the lightspeed ceiling. but i would say that at light speed your craft would need to take on, atleast by
external simulation, the properties of the particles of light particles of light it is gaining on as it approaches lightspeed. waves of particles pass
through people all the time, but because of their immense speed and tiny size, are able to pass through solid substance and be prevented from a
nuclear collision by the natural repelling force that keeps everyday atoms apart from each other.
remember, no atoms ever actually touch naturally. they are repeled on a subatomic level by minute force fields, like the repel of same pole magnets.
so you would proabably slide right through that mutha. dodging it's individual particles almost.
i know this is rambling and sounds like babbage, but look it up and i think at least most of it is correct - i think the idea is in th right
direction. but thats just me the laymang.
[edit on 2-2-2006 by mrmakeout]