I concur: travelling faster than light would reakdown the structure of matter- and I mean the 4 known forces holding it all together- not just crushing into a gravitational hed singularity...ce te tate of Energy(whatever that may be) has been reached, any addion may/may not induce yet anoter cosmic sngularity event, wherein the NATURAL las are once again originated...sort of like a cosmic Mobius strip...no discernable differenes once the machinery has started, it just go on, and o, and on...perhaps bleeding of excess energy which in turn can collect, possibly leading to grouiping and parallel universes(energy states)...quite frankly, we have yet to agree, scientifically, on what energy really is...much like GRAVITY we can test it, observe its effects, even fashion an equation to describe its force(well, some of us can) yet we still CANNOT duplicate it, or even know how it actually 'ticks'...yet...I have always believed that gravity and Magnetism(the parents of electricity/EMF) are fascinating...<quoted text>
We have again since 2010 more shrinkage of the proton that might imply revision of the electromagnetic formulas. I think we allready reached that conclusion pondering the physics surrounding the Higgs.
I don't do wormholes nor travel backwards in time either.(By mistake i sneaked in the viral infested humbug line...still on the M and m! Though i did intend to read up i quickly left.)
But according to a French scientist, in order to reach even the closest galaxy we would have to 'burn up' earth and the moon too, if we intend to travel a bit comfortably. And yáll can't come along for the ride...or yes you do...you'll be energy too.
Pardon the typonese, but my keyboard is just junked up wth food crumbs...translation availabe free of charge;)