Monday 21 September 2020

Will This Travel Faster Than Light? Physics Truth and Possibilities

Here is another exciting video by Science Loop on YouTube. In Theory, Nothing can go ( Travel ) faster than light in space. So, here some methods to travel faster than the universal speed limit (the speed of light).

So, this video tries to explain some methods, Tricks to go faster than light ( light speed- 299 792 458 m /s or 3x108 m/s ). Here you will find some Theoretical ways ( tachyon, warp drive ), Expanding of space, Some misconceptions etc.

Take a look at these exciting concepts and sources:

1) Warp drive -

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3) expanding of Space -

4) tachyon -

5) worm hole -


Here is another interesting fact: The X-15's official world record for the highest speed ever recorded by a manned, powered aircraft, was set on October 1967, when William J. Knight flew at Mach 6.70 at 102,100 feet, at a speed of 4,520 miles per hour.

Could there be anything faster than the speed of light? There is no limit to how fast the universe can expand, says physicist Charles Bennett of Johns Hopkins University. Einstein's theory that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light in a vacuum still holds true (theoretically), because space itself is stretching, and space is nothing (nothing? ok, whatever that means. You get what I mean).

The following might sound complicated. Is there a speed of dark? How fast is the speed of dark? 54 meters per second, think some experts. This mysterious energy makes up 80 percent of all matter in the universe. In a 2013 study, scientists determined that dark matter should have a speed of 54 meters per second, or 177 feet (slow compared to the speed of light) [source: Armendariz-Picon and Neelakanta].

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    1. Thanks. I'm looking forward to more Physics inventions and theories.

  2. Fantastic post ! Thanks for sharing this. It will help to complete my project.

    1. I'm glad you like the post. Good luck with your project. "Faster than light" - the spaceship from Star Trek could fly that, but that's just fiction, it seems.