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According to Einstein’s theory of relativity, “nothing in the universe can move faster than the speed of light.” It is considered to be the same with information. According to quantum mechanics, however, it is proved that information can be instantaneously communicated to remote places. The theory of relativity seems to require some modification.
According to an article from Sputnik, “it is possible by transferring photons at twice the speed of light.”
However, the reality seems to go even further than the theory. In Cosmic Disclosure, the second article, Mr. Mark McCandlish saw three flying saucers in an exhibit and he said: “the thing was able to accomplish things like traveling faster than the speed of light.”
According to the article, explanation of why rise in speed increases mass is given. He says that if energy to increase mass is used as a propulsive energy source, it can break the light-speed barrier.
The point is that “your mass never really becomes anything greater than what you started out with.” According to the theory of relativity, the mass which surpass the speed of light is supposed to be imaginary quantity. On the other hand, Mr. McCandlish says that your mass is the same as what you started out with.
It means that Einstein’s Special Relativity cannot be proved unless some modifications are made to it.
I have some idea about it. I feel that I might succeed to explain it. However, I have difficulty finding out a mathematical formula which is replaced with Lorentz transformation. If I overcome the difficulty, I could share my idea.
March 19, 2018
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English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – March 19, 2018 –
Scholars: It is possible to communicate information two times faster than light speed
Light speed is not the limit of information communication. Under more than one condition, it is possible to communicate information at twice the speed of light. This was released in an article posted in scientific magazine Physical Review Letters.
According to Einstein’s theory of relativity, nothing in the universe can move faster than the speed of light because infinite energy is required to exceed the speed of light.
It is the same with information. Any information carrier cannot “surpass” light and instantaneously communicate useful information to very distant places.
Physicists at University of Vienna revealed that it is theoretically possible to “surpass” the “limit” of information communication. They say that it is possible by transferring photons at twice the speed of light.
In other words, it turns out that each participant in communication has “half” of photon and photon is in “uncertain” state of quantum.
Furthermore, “participants” can instantaneously get the information an interlocutor conveys and can simultaneously post their responses.
Scholars intend to verify their hypothesis.
Excerpt from a Japanese article: Sphere-Being Alliance – May 16, 2017 –
Cosmic Disclosure: Faster than Light Technology with Mark McCandlish
Season 7, Episode 20
ARV (ALIEN REPRODUCTION VEHICLE)
Mark McCandlish: There was also a separate display that was presented after all of the people, the attendees of this exhibit, showed up.
They brought back the curtains, and there were here the three flying saucers, what eventually became known as the Alien Reproduction Vehicle or Fluxliner – ARV for short.
The thing was able to accomplish things like traveling faster than the speed of light – superluminal speeds. “Light speed or better” was the quote from the general who was giving the presentation.
And so as an object, you know, made of atoms, goes through space-time and is accelerating faster or faster, it's absorbing more and more of this energy, and all the parts are spinning faster and faster like a gyroscope that gets spinning faster and faster. <snip> once they get going really fast, it's hard to move them around.
And so this is what Einstein said <snip> because you're mass literally begins to approach infinity as you get closer and closer to the speed of light.
And so what the engineers figured out was that if you used that same energy in the environment that would increase your mass, but you used it as a propulsive energy source to power your system, <snip> So the faster you go, the faster you're able to go. And that's how you actually break the light-speed barrier, because your mass never really becomes anything greater than what you started out with.
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