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 3 years ago
I recognize that it is impossible to go past the speed of light, as it is the "universal speed limit." Is it, however, possible to observe another object going faster than the speed of light?
 3 years ago
I recognize that it is impossible to go past the speed of light, as it is the "universal speed limit." Is it, however, possible to observe another object going faster than the speed of light?

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Jas
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0matter waves can go faster then speed of light
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