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Originally posted by T_Jesus
Nothing is faster than the speed of light in vacuum, bottom line. There are many limits in nature, this is just one you'll have to accept.
Oh, and don't give me phase velocity either...it's not the same premise.
Originally posted by warpboost
I saw this and thought it was worthy of sharing
So they have proved Einstein's theory that nothing can move faster than the speed of light wrong, but they only got light travel faster than light through a special vapor
I wonder what happens to the light when it goes faster than normal? Do the photons change, or do weird things happen?
Originally posted by VolatileOh you know... Like in the movie it looks like some form of water when the stargate is activated (I don't know if the series are called Stargate or SG-1, but whatever).