Okay, so Einstein said that nothing can travel faster than light, but was Einstein correct? And if nothing can travel faster than light, how can we explore the cosmos in My lifetime?
I heard that when something is approaching the speed of light a few things happen: it distorts time and your craft moves into the future, the mass of your craft gets heavier, and your craft gets wider (I believe)? So how can we overcome the speed of light?
Hypothetically, I heard that if you can travel faster than the speed of light, you also travel backwards into the past? Is this true? And wouldn’t there be paradoxes if you travel into the past?
Any intelligent comments are welcome.
Commence the debate!