3 Ways Man Could Travel Faster Than Light

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No, we cannot get struck by lighting and become the Flash. That happens only comic books and on television. But there are ways that man can travel faster than the speed of light. And it comes down to science.

The prevailing theory is that nothing with mass can travel faster, and because of this limit, interstellar travel towards stars seems problematic and downright impossible.

But is there a way to cheat physics? That is what this documentary is trying to explain. One of the theories is the “theory of special relativity”.

Anyone who has ever seen an episode of Star Trek, or any other Star Trek movie, knows that you can “shoot blue lasers at something, dissolve it, and then have it reappear at another point in space”. In reality, that does not happen.

If you are into physics and science, this documentary will certainly interest you.

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