is it possible to travel faster than light ???

@prey15 (221)
December 12, 2006 1:26am CST
FTL refers to transmitting information or matter faster than c, a constant equal to the speed of light in a vacuum, 299,792,458 meters per second, or roughly 186,000 miles per second. This is not quite the same as travelling faster than light, since: * Some processes propagate faster than c, but cannot carry information (See the Apparent FTL section in this article). * Light travels at speed c/n when not in a vacuum but travelling through a medium with refractive index = n (causing refraction), and in some materials other particles can travel faster than c/n (but still slower than c), leading to Cherenkov radiation. SO WHAT DO YOU SAY GUYS
2 responses
• Romania
13 Jan 07
Never. We are humans not God.
• Romania
13 Dec 06
In the present with our technology it isn't possible to travel faster than light. Maybe in the future, when technology will advance it may be possible to reach a speed closer to the one the light has.