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Well, the pigs would start flying, for sure.
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Obviously, to date electrons are slower than light, and fibre optics aren't FASTER than light
It is a valid but hypothetical question.
Stop bunking your physics lectures.
... but travelling faster will require infinite energy, as stated before...
If you travelled faster than light, theoretically, you would travel back in time.
Actually you would just see back in time.
I was going to say ... the clock would look like it froze but once you come out of light speed or faster the photons would catch up and the clock would read the correct time. So it would actually be like time stood still temporarily.
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But then again if you are in a vehicle you may see everything as normal. Think about it, you are in a car you throw a ball up and then it comes down and you catch it. The ball is going the same speed as the car. Now throw the ball at the windshield the amount of energy required to throw the ball is exactly the same as if you were standing still. But since the car is moving the ball actually accelerates faster than the car to hit the windshield. So if you think about it an object reflecting or generating light would use the same amount of energy to fling off the photons, so if you are in a vehicle moving the speed of light it may be possible that the light contained in the vehicle will actually travel faster than what you are currently traveling since it would not need more energy to do so. Just throwing this out, not a physics major but what ever lolo